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News Brief: Protests Escalate Across U.S., Trump Executive Order

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News Brief: Pandemic Deaths, China's Move On Hong Kong, Minneapolis Protests

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News Brief: Minn. Protests, Texas COVID Testing Sites, Trump Tweet

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News Brief: Jobless Benefits, Voter Registration, School Budgets

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News Brief: Pandemic Death Toll, Hong Kong Protests, Florida Law

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Andrew Watt is one of the most in-demand pop songwriters and producers of the moment, with a client list that includes Post Malone, Miley Cyrus and Ozzy Osbourne. Alex McDonnell/The Young Astronauts/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Andrew Watt, Producer In Demand, On Living His Rock Fantasies

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Researchers Examine Long-Term Effects Of Students Being Out Of School

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Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz provides an update on the state's response to the coronavirus pandemic during a news conference on Monday. Scott Takushi/Pioneer Press via AP hide caption

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Minnesota Gov. Walz Says More Testing Is Needed Before Many Businesses Can Reopen

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News Brief: Unemployment Data, Michael Flynn Case, Georgia Shooting

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News Brief: COVID-19 Testing, Georgia Shooting, Montana Schools

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A coronavirus awareness sign around the U.S. Capitol encourages social distancing. Michael Brochstein/Echoes Wire/Barcroft Media/Getty Images hide caption

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Former CDC Official Warns Of 2nd COVID-19 Wave: Most Americans Are Still Susceptible

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News Brief: Task Force Transition, Liability Lawsuit Debate, Stimulus Checks

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Does that chiffchaff sound chirpier to you? Ornithologists say the homebound are just noticing the sounds of birds more. Mathias Schaef/McPhoto/ullstein bild via Getty Images hide caption

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Do Those Birds Sound Louder To You? An Ornithologist Says You're Just Hearing Things

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News Brief: Pandemic Toll, California Businesses, Venezuela Failed Coup

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News Brief: Lockdown Orders, Senate Returns To D.C., Saudi Oil

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