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Joe Biden's win was helped by an endorsement from influential congressman U.S. Rep. James Clyburn, whom Biden repeatedly credited in his speech. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Elections

'Very Much Alive': Biden Projected To Win South Carolina

The crucial win has the potential to resurrect Joe Biden's campaign after a series of poor finishes in other early voting states.

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Dern Kala Khruangbin

Humans — workers and flight crews as well as passengers — can be exposed to any number of pathogens at airports. EVA Air employees are seen wearing face masks at the Los Angeles airport in February amid the coronavirus outbreak. U.S. officials advise masks are not the best way to mitigate one's risk of contracting the virus. Daniel Slim/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Airport Workers Fear They're Unprotected From The Coronavirus

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Thriller Michael Jackson

Jerry Minor plays Michael Jackson's glove in For the Love of a Glove. The unauthorized, satirical musical is playing at The Carl Sagan & Ann Druyan Theater until March 22. For the Love of a Glove hide caption

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For the Love of a Glove

New Musical Imagines Michael Jackson's Story As Told By His Famous Glove

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Burn Out The Cinematic Orchestra
Novels of Acquaintance Rising Appalachia

COVID-19 UPDATE

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Escalators and Glass Niklas Aman
Paused Kiasmos

Joe Biden's win was helped by an endorsement from influential congressman U.S. Rep. James Clyburn, whom Biden repeatedly credited in his speech. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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'Very Much Alive': Biden Projected To Win South Carolina

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Ingots Kaki King
Playing With Pink Noise Kaki King
The World Was Full of Wonder Mychael Danna, Jeff Danna
Holocene Bon Iver
Kiss Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein

A South Carolina law prohibits teachers from discussing relationships that are not heterosexual, unless they're talking about sexually transmitted infections. Davis Turner/Getty Images hide caption

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LGBTQ Youth Fight For Equality In Sex Ed In South Carolina Classrooms

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In an over 60-year career Sergio Mendes has helped pioneer bossa nova and worked with everyone from Frank Sinatra to will.i.am. His newest album is In The Key Of Joy. Katsunari Kawai/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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After 60 Years, Sergio Mendes Is Still Writing Songs 'In The Key Of Joy'

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Mas Que Nada (Ft the Black Eyed Peas) Sergio Mendes
Reza Sergio Mendes

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