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President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden square off during the first presidential debate on Tuesday. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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Live Updates: Trump Tests Positive For Coronavirus

Biden And Harris Test Negative For The Coronavirus, Wish Trumps Swift Recovery

On Tuesday, the Democratic nominee shared the debate stage with President Trump, who has tested positive for the virus.

Ocean Beach The Black Mighty Orchestra
Air Cal Com Truise
Badu Andrew Gower
Here Comes My Girl Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers
Ricercar Ariel Abramovich
Quiet This Will Destroy You
Pepperland George Martin

The Man Who Ran Washington: The Life and Times of James A. Baker III, by Peter Baker and Susan Glasser Doubleday hide caption

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James Baker, 'The Man Who Ran Washington,' Laments Today's Politics

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You Don't Know How It Feels Tom Petty
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Fantino S├ębastien Tellier
4011 Liter Henrik Schwarz
Breakdown Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers

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Biden And Harris Test Negative For The Coronavirus, Wish Trumps Swift Recovery

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How to Be Confident (For Real) Anna Meredith
Die Unendlichkeit Tocotronic

Chinese conductor Jiajing Lai performs in the first edition of La Maestra, an international competition for women conductors, held at the Philharmonie de Paris this September. Martin Bureau/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Women Conductors Are The Rule, Not The Exception, At A New Classical Event

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