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News Brief: Texas' COVID-19 Spike, Colleges' Fall Semester, Police Reform

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People wait for health assessment check-in before entering Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami on June 18. Miami-Dade County is easing some of the lockdown measures put in place during the coronavirus pandemic. Florida has recently experienced an increase in coronavirus cases. Marco Bello/Reuters hide caption

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Florida Doctor Urges Young Residents Not To Assume COVID-19 Is 'Benign'

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News Brief: Trump Trip To Arizona, Primary Elections, Gene-Editing Patient

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News Brief: Bolton's Book, A Health Warning, Noose Found In Bubba Wallace's Garage

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Old Crow Medicine Show's Ketch Secor Writes A New Song For A Troubled America

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Health Care Workers Await Supreme Court DACA Decision

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A mural memorializes George Floyd is his hometown of Houston, where he was known as Big Floyd, and part of the city's hugely influential Screwed Up Click rap collective. Mark Felix/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Houston's Hip-Hop Scene Remembers George Floyd

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George Floyd: Friends And Family Remember His Life And Legacy

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News Brief: George Floyd Funeral, N.Y. Police Bills, State Environmental Records

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News Brief: Floyd Memorial, Plans To Overhaul Police Departments

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News Brief: Black Men's Deaths Resonate, Trump's Response To Unrest

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News Brief: Mattis Criticizes Trump, Officers Charged, Job Market

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Patrick Aitken, missions coordinator at the River City Church in Montgomery, Ala., is concerned that the city's already vulnerable homeless population will be forgotten during the coronavirus pandemic. Mary Joyce McLain hide caption

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To Reach The Homeless, An Alabama Church Brings 'The Steeple To The Streets'

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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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