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Zhanon Morales, 30, of Philadelphia raises a fist during a Nov. 5 voting rights rally. President Trump's campaign unsuccessfully used spurious claims of voter fraud to invalidate votes in Philadelphia and other largely Black cities. Rebecca Blackwell/AP hide caption

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2020 Election: Secure Your Vote

Trump Push To Invalidate Votes In Heavily Black Cities Alarms Civil Rights Groups

Black voters in Detroit, Philadelphia, Milwaukee and Atlanta were crucial to Joe Biden's victory. Those are also the places where President Trump's campaign has targeted its legal efforts.

Zhanon Morales, 30, of Philadelphia raises a fist during a Nov. 5 voting rights rally. President Trump's campaign unsuccessfully used spurious claims of voter fraud to invalidate votes in Philadelphia and other largely Black cities. Rebecca Blackwell/AP hide caption

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Trump Push To Invalidate Votes In Heavily Black Cities Alarms Civil Rights Groups

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Through the Years Kenny Rogers
Remembrance Caia
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Barcelona Axel Boman
Spirit of Radio Rush
Gamma Ray Richard Fearless
Los Santos At Night The Alchemist, Woody Jackson et. al.
Stella Andreas Vollenweider

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A Tense New Classical Work Bottles The Feeling Of A Police Stop

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You Have the Right to Remain Silent Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra with Anthony McGill
Reeling in the Years Steely Dan
The Rocket III Martin Tingvall
Ageispolis Aphex Twin
I'm Tied, to You Two People
Maneater Daryl Hall & John Oates

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Epidemiologist Says Restricting Small Gatherings Isn't Enough To Stop The Surge

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Positivland Âme

A Tesla car powers up at a charging station in Petaluma, Calif., on Sept. 23. Automakers are trying to convince would-be electric car buyers to adopt new habits to power their vehicles. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Nice Car, But How Do You Charge That Thing? Let Us Count The Ways

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Autobahn Kraftwerk
Music for Eels The Sven Libaek Orchestra
The Kids Don't Stand a Chance Vampire Weekend
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With a Little Luck Paul McCartney & Wings

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