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

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Makaya McCraven has a unique style where he makes improvised live recordings, then builds on them in the studio. His new album, which uses this method, is called Universal Beings E&F Sides. David Marques/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Drummer Makaya McCraven, The 'Beat Scientist,' Talks About His New Album

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

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

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Andy Slavitt, former acting administrator of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Distrust Hurts U.S. Efforts To Stop Coronavirus, Former Obama Health Official Says

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

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News Brief: Trump Briefing, Schools' Dilemmas, Portland's Lawsuit

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News Brief: Trump Threatens Federal Crackdown, COVID-19, Florida Schools

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Alex Trebek Is Here To Tell You, 'The Answer Is ...'

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News Brief: Pandemic Relief, COVID-19 Cases Rise, Portland Protests

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The president of the American Academy of Pediatrics, Dr. Sally Goza, attends a meeting at the White House with President Trump, students, teachers and administrators about how to safely reopen schools during the coronavirus pandemic. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Top Pediatrician Says States Shouldn't Force Schools To Reopen If Virus Is Surging

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News Brief: School Reopenings, Trump Niece's Book, U.S.-Mexico Meeting

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"I think it's important to talk about all chapters of history and from all perspectives — meaning not just from the perspective of the victors," Angelica Garcia says. Caitlyn Krone/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Her New Song 'Horsemen,' Angelica Garcia Imagines The Apocalypse

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News Brief: COVID-19 Cases Surge, Economy Struggles, Trump Reelection Bid

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News Brief: Trump Rhetoric, Pandemic Research, Israeli COVID-19 Cases

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