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Daniil Medvedev cools down during the break with air from a mobile air conditioner and a towel with ice cubes at the Tokyo Olympics. Michael Kappeler/dpa/picture alliance via Getty Images hide caption

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Argentina is pinning their hopes on Lionel Messi (left), while Harry Kane is carrying England's hopes on his shoulders. Andy Rain/Pool via AP; Alexandre Schneider/Getty Images hide caption

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Mayor-elect Tishaura Jones says race will no longer be an afterthought under her incoming administration. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Long Marred By Racism, St. Louis Elects 1st Black Female Mayor

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Facebook has promised repeatedly in recent years to address the spread of conspiracy theories and misinformation on its site. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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Far-Right Misinformation Is Thriving On Facebook. A New Study Shows Just How Much

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Tom Misch and Yussef Dayes both grew up in southeast London, but have made very different music in their solo careers. What Kinda Music, their debut as a duo, blends jazz, electronic and hip-hop. Joshua Osborne/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tom Misch On Making 'What Kinda Music' And Seeing Yussef Dayes At A Talent Show

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Kate Walton, the CEO of Steyer Content, in her home office on Bainbridge Island, a ferry ride away from Seattle. Her company does $9 million in sales annually, providing marketing materials for companies such as Microsoft. Anna Walton hide caption

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Virtual Happy Hour Anyone? Working From Home But Keeping Connected

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