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Cruise ships are docked at the Port of Miami in the spring. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suspended cruises from U.S. ports in March after coronavirus outbreaks on a number of ships.
Black Lives Matter protesters display wristbands reading "I Voted" after leaving a polling place this month in Louisville, Ky. Activists warn Black and Latino voters are being flooded with disinformation intended to suppress turnout in the election's final days.
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Walmart pulled guns and ammunition from its store shelves as a precautionary measure, following the unrest in Philadelphia this week after police fatally shot a Black man on Monday. The retail giant has taken similar actions in the past, including earlier this year after George Floyd, another Black man, was killed by police in Minneapolis.
Signs in the window of a retail store offers discounts, and jobs, in Santa Monica, Calif. U.S. GDP grew at a record-setting rate, reflecting pent-up activity after the coronavirus lockdowns, but economists warn of trouble ahead.
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