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Tuesday

Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev addresses a group of 150 business executives in San Francisco, June 5, 1990. Russian news agencies reported that former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev has died at 91, citing a statement from the Central Clinical Hospital. David Longstreath/AP hide caption

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Wednesday

Members of Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) protest against the death of George Floyd outside U.S. Consulate in solidarity with Black Lives Matter movement on June 8, 2020 in Sandton, South Africa. Gallo Images via Getty Images hide caption

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In 2020, Protests Spread Across The Globe With A Similar Message: Black Lives Matter

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Tuesday

News Brief: Pandemic Relief, Nashville Bombing, Ga. Senate Runoffs

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Monday

News Brief: Pandemic Relief, Nashville Blast, EU Vaccinations

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Friday

News Brief: Relief Bill, Brexit Deal, Fewer Tourists In Bethlehem

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Thursday

News Brief: Trump Pardons, Defense Bill Veto, Brexit Negotiators

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Wednesday

Pfizer, BioNTech Reach Deal To Supply U.S. With More Vaccine Doses

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News Brief: Trump Slams Relief Bill, Presidential Pardons, France-U.K. Border

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Adam Weiner's new track for Morning Edition's Song Project is for people who feel isolated around the holidays, especially this year. Gab Bonghi/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Adam Weiner's New Song, 'Christmas Makes Me Cry,' Channels Holiday Loneliness

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Tuesday

News Brief: Relief Measure, COVID-19 Mutations, Computer Hack

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Monday

Linguine allo Scoglio and Chewy Hazelnut–Browned Butter Sugar Cookies from America's Test Kitchen. Carl Tremblay and Steve Klise hide caption

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A Cookie And Linguine: 2 'America's Test Kitchen' Dishes For Your Holiday Table

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News Brief: Pandemic Relief, COVID-19 Mutation, 2nd Vaccine

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Thursday

News Brief: Vaccine Vote, Lawsuits Against Facebook, Relief Aid Debate

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Wednesday

PJ Morton's new track for Morning Edition's Song Project, "Still Here," is about working through a year full of challenges and loss. Matt Robertson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Still Here,' PJ Morton Reflects On Surviving 2020

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News Brief: Virus Sweeps Across Southwest, Cabinet Picks, Fort Hood

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Tuesday

A vial of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine ready for administration at Guy's Hospital in London on Tuesday. Victoria Jones/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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'The End Is In Sight': Louisiana Health Official Hopeful About Vaccine Distribution

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News Brief: Gen. Lloyd Austin, U.K. Vaccinations, Hospitals Are Filling Up

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Monday

News Brief: Biden Cabinet, COVID-19 Surge, Shelter-In-Place Orders

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Wednesday

News Brief: Biden Security Team, Tenn. COVID-19 Cases, Opioid Settlement

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Sarah Jarosz's new track for Morning Edition's Song Project, "Up in the Clouds," is about coming to terms with life at a standstill. Josh Wool/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'Up In The Clouds,' Sarah Jarosz Adjusts To Staying Still

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Tuesday

Ernest Grant, the president of the American Nurses Association, is taking part in a Moderna coronavirus vaccine trial. He says he wants to increase trust in science. Joel Saget/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Black People Are More Hesitant About A Vaccine. A Leading Nurse Wants To Change That

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News Brief: Election Certification, Treasury Pick, Brazil's Pandemic Crisis

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Monday

News Brief: Antony Blinken, Election Disputes, Pandemic Cases Surge

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Wednesday

AC/DC, left to right: Cliff Williams, Phil Rudd, Angus Young, Brian Johnson, Stevie Young. Josh Cheuse/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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AC/DC Returns To Rock The Masses With 'Power Up'

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