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In November 2016, Congressman John Lewis viewed for the first time images and his arrest record from a March 5, 1963, nonviolent sit-in at Nashville's segregated lunch counters. Rick Diamond/Getty Images hide caption

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Obituaries

Civil Rights Leader John Lewis Never Gave Up Or Gave In

The longtime Georgia congressman died Friday of pancreatic cancer. Lewis, who devoted his life to activism and the civil rights movement, was known as "the conscience of the Congress."

In November 2016, Congressman John Lewis viewed for the first time images and his arrest record from a March 5, 1963, nonviolent sit-in at Nashville's segregated lunch counters. Rick Diamond/Getty Images hide caption

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Civil Rights Leader John Lewis Never Gave Up Or Gave In

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Stream Lambert
Beckon Call John Scofield

Kim Yo Jong, sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, attends a wreath-laying ceremony at Ho Chi Minh Mausoleum in Hanoi, Vietnam, on March 2, 2019. Jorge Silva/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Kim Yo Jong, Sister Of North Korea's Ruler, Rises Through Ranks With Tough Rhetoric

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Milky Way Over Ratlinghope Bibio

"Doomscrolling," has emerged as a new slang term to describe the practice of endlessly consuming doom-and-gloom news. Simone Golob/Getty Images hide caption

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Your 'Doomscrolling' Breeds Anxiety. Here's How To Stop The Cycle

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Pleasure Pure X
Good Enough July Talk
What Isn't Anymore (from "Bird Box") Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross
Lights Two Lanes

Hospital officials in Virginia this spring reported a spike in COVID-19 cases at the Perdue poultry processing plant in the Eastern Shore city of Accomac. Virginia has become the first state in the nation to mandate coronavirus workplace safety rules. Steve Helber/AP hide caption

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Virginia Poultry Workers See Victory In New COVID-19 Protection Rules

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This Is the Last Time The National

July 21 is the centennial of the birth of Isaac Stern. The violinist worked with his contemporaries, like Igor Stravinsky and Leonard Bernstein, and went on to mentor the next generation of musicians. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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Legendary Violinist Isaac Stern's Legacy Lives On After 100 Years

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Violin Concerto, Op. 14 [Andante] Isaac Stern, New York Philharmonic, Leonard Bernstein (conductor)
Salted Sakura
Have You Fed Baby Huey Today Surprise Chef
Bridges Koresma
Free (Marley Carroll Remix) Koresma

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