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The Coronavirus Crisis

Colleges Are Backing Off SAT, ACT Scores — But The Exams Will Be Hard To Shake

The SAT and ACT's reach beyond college admissions is pervasive, with many states requiring students take one or the other in order to graduate high school.

Years (Prologue) The Midnight
Carefully Little People
Tunnel Minami Deutsch
Night by Night Chromeo
Hedron Bonobo & BadBadNotGood
Between the Buttons French 79
Concept 1 Kodomo
Zan Exmag
The Fisherman Nerija
Daisy Daisy Sea Girls
Church Galactic
Sailing the Solar Flares Dirtwire
Dandelion Wine Gregory Alan Isakov
The Game Youlu
Never Mess With Sunday Yppah
Summer Madness Kool & the Gang
Farewell Spaceman Blockhead
FTA Whitney

Facebook said it has taken down Trump campaign ads on the social network that contained a symbol used by Nazis to designate political prisoners. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Facebook Removes Trump Ads With Symbol Used By Nazis. Campaign Calls It An 'Emoji'

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