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Halting U.S. HIV Epidemic By 2030: Difficult But Doable

The Trump administration has a plan to end the spread of HIV in the U.S. in 10 years. HIV/AIDS advocates say it's feasible but that the administration's actions on health run counter to the goal.

President Trump delivered his second State of the Union address Tuesday with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Vice President Pence behind him. Doug Mills/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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7 Takeaways From President Trump's State Of The Union Address

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Sea Weed Tariq Da Hustla
Tierra Sutil Tristeza

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Halting U.S. HIV Epidemic By 2030: Difficult But Doable

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Trying Something Again (Again) Lullatone

David Malpass, a conservative with longstanding ties to President Trump, has been nominated to run the World Bank, which he has criticized. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Trump Nominates Outspoken Critic David Malpass To Head World Bank

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Detroit Part II Shigeto
Phone Call Mtbrd
Ruins Portico Quartet

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The Women Behind The Songs: Cynthia Weil

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Spiral of Ants Lemon Demon
american dream LCD Soundsystem
Split Stones Lymbyc Systym
Finding Parking Joey Pecoraro
Afraid of Nothing Sharon Van Etten
Surviving the Times (Instrumental Cover) The Beat Mechanics
Opening the Gates Chequerboard
Jungle Tash Sultana
Get off the Ground Snowgoons, H-Staxx et. al.

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