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This image released by Netflix shows Yahya Abdul-Mateen II as Bobby Seale in a scene from The Trial of the Chicago 7. Niko Tavernise/AP hide caption

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Yahya Abdul-Mateen II On Playing Bobby Seale In 'The Trial Of The Chicago 7'

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Former national security adviser John Bolton, pictured in August 2019, says the U.S. is not safer than it was four years ago. Sergei Gapon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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John Bolton Says U.S. Is 'Not Safer' Today Than It Was Before Trump Presidency

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The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Mark Milley, pictured on July 9, tells NPR there is "no role for the U.S. military in determining the outcome of a U.S. election. Zero." Greg Nash/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Gen. Mark Milley Says The Military Plays 'No Role' In Elections

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Northrup Grumman's Antares rocket lifts off from the NASA Wallops test flight facility in Virginia on Oct. 2. The rocket was scheduled to deliver supplies to the International Space Station. Thom Baur/Northrup Grumman /AP hide caption

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Influencers In Space: Astronauts Prepare To Receive Cosmetics And A New Toilet

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A member of the White House cleaning staff sanitizes the James S. Brady Press Briefing Room on October 5. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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'It Is Reckless.' Trump Placing White House Staff At Risk Of COVID-19, Author Says

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Washington state Gov. Jay Inslee, pictured in March, made climate change at the center of his presidential campaign earlier this year. Elaine Thompson - Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee On How To Stay Optimistic On Fighting Climate Change

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President Trump walks to the South Lawn of the White House before boarding Marine One in Washington, D.C., on Friday. Mary Trump says Donald and Fred Trump viewed getting sick as a sign of weakness. Sarah Silbiger/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Mary Trump Says Trump Family Saw Illness As 'Unforgivable Weakness'

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Vice President Mike Pence speaks during a Faith and Freedom Coalition policy conference on Wednesday, Sept. 30 in Atlanta. Brynn Anderson/AP hide caption

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Former mayor of South Bend, Ind., Pete Buttigieg, pictured in Charleston, S.C., in February. Logan Cyrus/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Pete Buttigieg Says There's A 'Crisis In Trust'

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Residents walk through the Brooklyn neighborhood of Borough Park on September 23 in New York City. Borough Park is one of numerous Brooklyn neighborhoods that are witnessing a spike in the number of COVID-19 cases. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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How New York's Orthodox Jewish Community Is Responding To Coronavirus Safety Measures

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California State University, Fresno, President Joseph I. Castro waves to the crowd before an NCAA college football game against BYU in Fresno, Calif. on Nov. 4, 2017. Castro has been chosen as the chancellor of the California State University, becoming the first person of color to lead the nation's largest four-year public university system. Gary Kazanjian/AP hide caption

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CSU Chancellor-Select Reflects On How COVID-19 Will Effect His New Role

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Charred framing remains, Monday, Sept. 28, at the Restaurant at Meadowood, which burned in the Glass Fire, in St. Helena, Calif. Noah Berger/AP hide caption

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Glass Fire Rages Across Northern California, Burning Thousands Of Acres

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A police line approaches demonstrators in downtown Louisville, Ky., last week during protests over the lack of criminal charges in the police killing of Breonna Taylor and the result of a grand jury inquiry. Jeff Dean/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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New Louisville Police Chief Takes The Helm During Tense Time In The City

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Food Bank For New York City hosts a pop-up food pantry during Hunger Action Month at Lincoln Center on September 24, 2020. Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Food Bank for New York City hide caption

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Armed members of the Black Panther Party leave the Capitol in Sacramento May 2, 1967. The Panthers entered the Capitol fully armed and said they were protesting a bill before the Legislature restricting the carrying of arms in public. AP hide caption

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