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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.

Lost In Thought Jon Hopkins
Carefully Little People

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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Brise [Breeze] Hans-Joachim Roedelius
I'll Be Around Yo La Tengo
Looped Kiasmos
Rebirth A Forest Mighty Black
I Can Feel It Humming The Flashbulb
Sing, Sing, Sing Benny Goodman
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Bloomberg Vowed To Spend Whatever It Takes To Beat Trump. Democrats Are Still Waiting

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Caracol [Chancha Ft. Wenceslada Remix] Tremor
Zan Exmag

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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Opening Philip Glass
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Notion Tash Sultana

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