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AC/DC Returns To Rock The Masses With 'Power Up'

Angus Young and Brian Johnson discuss the band's new album, a tribute to Young's late brother Malcolm and an unlikely comeback from all kinds of loss.

While campaigning in November 2019, Joe Biden talked with a protester about his stance on deportations at a town hall at Lander University in Greenwood, S.C. The Biden administration says it will rein in Immigration and Customs Enforcement, starting with a temporary moratorium on deportations. Meg Kinnard/AP hide caption

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For Immigrants, Election Promises Relief From An 'Atmosphere Of Terror'

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AC/DC Returns To Rock The Masses With 'Power Up'

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Shelby Dorsey, a contact tracer and a senior studying theater at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, makes calls at the local public health department. "Were not here to chastise," she says, "we're here to help." Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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With Cases Surging, Colleges Turn To Students For Help

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Artist Sacha Jafri, standing on his gigantic painting entitled "The Journey of Humanity," hopes to raise $30 million to fund health and education initiatives for children living in poverty worldwide. Giuseppe Cacace/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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After 7 Months And 1,400 Gallons Of Paint, 1 Seriously Large Painting Is Finally Done

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Pfizer plans to file within days with the Food and Drug Administration to allow emergency use of its COVID-19 vaccine. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Pfizer To Seek FDA OK For COVID-19 Vaccine 'Within Days'

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A nurse places a blanket over a patient that had just been admitted to the emergency room at Regional Medical Center in San Jose, California. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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A Nurse's Plea: 'I Wish That I Could Get People To See COVID Through My Eyes'

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