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Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers speaks during a news conference on Aug. 27, 2020, in Kenosha, Wis. Morry Gash/AP hide caption

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'We Aren't Giving Up': Wisconsin Governor Fights To Combat Police Violence

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The view outside the Chinese technology company ByteDance in Beijing in August 2020. Trump's executive order outlaws transactions between U.S. citizens and ByteDance. American instructors who work for ByteDance subsidiary GOGOKID said they feel like their jobs are under threat. Emmanuel Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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They Teach Chinese Kids English Online. Now They're Caught In Trump's War On TikTok

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Demonstrators gather Thursday in New York City to demand justice for Daniel Prude, who died of asphyxiation after police restrained him. Participants gathered at Times Square and marched to Columbus Circle. Karla Ann Coté/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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Joe Prude Remembers His Brother Daniel Following His Death In Police Custody

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During a StoryCorps interview last week, Joe Bianco, left, and his son Peter, reflected on their craft — one that's been honed in their Brooklyn tool shop for three generations. Courtesy of Peter Bianco hide caption

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Keeping The 'Odd' Family Tool Business Sharp Through 3 Generations

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People roamed the beach in Ocean City, N.J, at the start of August. As Labor Day weekend arrives, Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says Americans should remain vigilant to avoid another surge in coronavirus infection rates. Gabby Jones/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Another Holiday Weekend, Another Coronavirus Surge? Keep An Eye On Tourist Hot Spots

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Emergency personnel treat Aaron Danielson in Portland, Ore., on Saturday. The man suspected of killing Danielson, Michael Reinoehl, was killed by law enforcement agents as they attempted to arrest him Thursday night. Paula Bronstein/AP hide caption

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Suspect In Fatal Shooting Of Portland Right-Wing Protester Killed By Law Enforcement

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