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A new interactive map and dashboard lets you find out how bad your county's coronavirus outbreak is. Harvard Global Health Institute/Microsoft AI/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Green, Yellow, Orange or Red? This New Tool Shows COVID-19 Risk In Your County

A new color-coded map, backed by a coalition of top scientists, provides a way of comparing outbreak severity across communities, down to the county level.

Black alums of the unscripted CBS hit say the show routinely stereotypes Black contestants. They say Survivor's production is hampered by systemic racism that makes it tougher for Black participants to succeed. Above, contestants on the latest season, Survivor: Winners at War. CBS Entertainment hide caption

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'Do Right By Us': Black 'Survivor' Alums Say The Reality Was Harmful Stereotypes

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A new interactive map and dashboard lets you find out how bad your county's coronavirus outbreak is. Harvard Global Health Institute/Microsoft AI/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Green, Yellow, Orange Or Red? This New Tool Shows COVID-19 Risk In Your County

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As coronavirus cases persist and some states even backtrack their reopening plans, essential workers have flooded social media with calls for hazard pay. Malte Mueller/Getty Images hide caption

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When Essential Workers Earn Less Than The Jobless: 'We Put The Country On Our Back'

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Russian President Vladimir Putin and Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu shake hands at this month's Victory Day military parade marking the 75th anniversary of Nazi Germany's defeat in World War II. Alexei Nikolsky/TASS via Getty Images hide caption

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Russians Are Voting On 206 Reforms. The Most Important One Will Extend Putin's Rule

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For Navajo Nation In Arizona, The Election Process Is Complicated And Problematic

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A medical worker places a swab in a vial while testing for the coronavirus through the Miami-Dade County Homeless Trust in Miami. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Why Latinx People Are Hospitalized From COVID-19 At 4 Times The Rate Of Whites

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