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News Brief: India's COVID-19 Surge, Religious Stampede, Kamala Harris' Role

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News Brief: Biden Address, Raid On Giuliani's Apartment, Georgia Killing

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News Brief: Biden To Address Congress, N.C. Shooting, Michigan's COVID Surge

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News Brief: N.C. Shooting, DOJ Investigates Louisville Police, Mask Policy

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News Brief: India's Coronavirus Spike, Census Data, N.C. Shooting Probe

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H.R. McMaster, then President Donald Trump's national security adviser, attends the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, on Jan. 25, 2018. In an NPR interview, McMaster says the United States and its allies need to "compete more effectively" with China. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Ex-Trump National Security Adviser Urges 'A Different Approach' To China

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News Brief: Pandemic Status, Asian American Hate Crimes Bill, Infrastructure

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News Brief: Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Ohio Shooting, Schools' Crisis Year

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Senate Sergeant-at-Arms Karen Gibson attends the service for slain U.S. Capitol Officer William "Billy" Evans, as his remains lie in honor in the Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday. Tom Williams/POOL/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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New Senate Sergeant-At-Arms Wants To Keep Capitol Secure And Open To The Public

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News Brief: Manslaughter Charges, I-G Report, U.S. Mulls Sanctions On Russia

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Dr. Scott Gottlieb, then commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration, testifies during a House hearing on in October 2017. In an NPR interview, Gottlieb says he doesn't expect enough demand for the COVID-19 vaccine much beyond 160 million Americans. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Ex-FDA Chief Sees 'Struggle' To Vaccinate More Than Half U.S. Population

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News Brief: Minneapolis Turmoil, J&J Shot, U.S.' Afghan Exit Plan

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News Brief: Shooting Probe, Iran Nuclear Site, Russia-Ukraine Tensions

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A healthcare worker displays a COVID-19 vaccine record card at the Portland Veterans Affairs Medical Center in December. Nathan Howard/Getty Images hide caption

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Poll Finds Republicans Particularly Opposed To 'Vaccine Passport' Messaging

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News Brief: Chauvin Trial, COVID-19 Vaccine Demand, Supply Crunch

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