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As U.K. Brings Coronavirus Infection Rate Down, Pubs Cautiously Reopen

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The words "No Cages No Jaulas" appear over downtown Los Angeles as part of a day of activism by artists nationwide to mark the July 4 holiday. The message was designed by the artist Beatriz Cortez. Dee Gonzalez, In Plain Sight hide caption

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With Fleets Of Planes, Artists Take To Skies Nationwide To Protest Mass Detention

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COVID-19 Pandemic Pushes Many In New York City To Suburbs

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Democrats Gain Influence In Virginia Legislature

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Week In Sports: Washington Football Team Agrees To Review Controversial Name

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COVID-19 Outbreak Devastates California's San Quentin Prison

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The President's Daily Briefing is the top-secret intelligence report the CIA presents to the president every weekday. The book shown here is for a briefing delivered to President George W. Bush in 2002. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Experts Say Intel Should Have Reached Trump On Russian Bounty Program

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Bar Owners Sue Texas Governor Greg Abbott After Second Round Of COVID-19 Closures

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China Suppression Of Uighur Minorities Meets U.N. Definition Of Genocide, Report Says

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Former Chicago Principal Discusses Schools' Reliance On Police Officers

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How To Lower COVID-19 Risk During The Summer

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Many Say OSHA Not Protecting Workers During COVID-19 Pandemic

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Week In Politics: July 4th Amid A Pandemic, Economic Depression and Protests

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Chris Mosier, the first known transgender person to qualify for an Olympic trial, joined protesters in Boise, Idaho, to push back against legislation targeting transgender residents. James Dawson/Boise State Public Radio hide caption

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New Idaho Laws Target Transgender Residents

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How Much Would Coronavirus Vaccine Cost?

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