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News Brief: Pandemic Sales, COVID-19 Hospital Data Glitches, 2020 Census

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News Brief: GDP Preview, Federal Agents Step Back In Portland, Big Tech Hearing

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The historic Ashtabula Lift Bridge in Ashtabula, Ohio opened in 1925. Da'Shaunae Marisa for NPR hide caption

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In Ashtabula, Ohio, Young People Fight For The County's Political Future

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News Brief: Big Tech Hearing, Democrats Press Barr, Ashtabula County's Changes

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A woman carrying her mask walks past a sign mandating the wearing of face coverings in an effort to control the spread of coronavirus as she walks in Palisades Park in Santa Monica, Calif., on July 25, 2020. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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LA Health Official: 'Every Single' Person And Business Needs To Help Curb Virus Surge

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News Brief: GOP Relief Bill, MLB Postponements, Getting On Top Of The Pandemic

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News Brief: COVID-19 Relief Plan, Portland Protests, Remembering John Lewis

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Shannon LaNier poses at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C. in 2012. LaNier is a descendant of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Thomas Jefferson Descendant Reflects On His Ancestor's Memorial And Legacy

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UK Decides British Companies Can No Longer Buy From Huawei

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News Brief: Reopening Setback, Rules For International Students, South China Sea

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News Brief: COVID-19 Cases Surge, CDC's Black Employees, Breonna Taylor Case

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News Brief: Reopening Consequences, Charges Related To Epstein Case

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News Brief: Coronavirus Testing, Russian Bounties, China Enacts Security Law

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Two Mississippi state flags wave outside the Capitol in Jackson, Miss., in 2019. State lawmakers voted to retire the current flag, and Mississippi GOP Gov. Tate Reeves is expected to sign the measure. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Mississippi Black Lawmaker On Taking Down The Flag: A Symbol Of 'Hate And Not Love'

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News Brief: COVID-19 Curve, Russian Bounties, 'White Power' Tweet

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