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Mike Bloomberg, seen here speaking to supporters and staff in March in New York City, spent $1 billion of his own fortune to run for president but exited the race early on. Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Bloomberg Vowed To Spend Whatever It Takes To Beat Trump. Democrats Are Still Waiting

Mike Bloomberg has already spent well over $350 million for Democrats this cycle, according to his team. Some Democrats say the former New York mayor and presidential candidate could do more.

Since COVID-19 has much of the Navajo Nation stuck at home, farmer Tyrone Thompson says it's the perfect time for them to return to their agricultural roots. Tommy Greyeyes /Courtesy Hundred Storms Creative hide caption

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Navajo Nation Sees Farming Renaissance During Coronavirus Pandemic

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Mike Bloomberg, seen here speaking to supporters and staff in March in New York City, spent $1 billion of his own fortune to run for president but exited the race early on. Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Bloomberg Vowed To Spend Whatever It Takes To Beat Trump. Democrats Are Still Waiting

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A man studies on the San Diego State University campus on March 12. San Diego State is a part of the California State University system and will be subject to the new general education requirement. Gregory Bull/AP hide caption

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Cal State Approves New Graduation Requirement: Ethnic Studies Or Social Justice Class

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