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Podcast Helps Dutch Acknowledge Netherlands' History Of Slavery

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Nannie Helen Burroughs holds a banner reading, "Banner State Woman's National Baptist Convention" as she stands with other African American women, photographed between 1905 and 1915. Burroughs was an educator and activist who advocated for greater civil rights for African Americans and women. Library of Congress hide caption

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Yes, Women Could Vote After The 19th Amendment — But Not All Women. Or Men

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COVID-19 Lockdown At Refugee Camp In Jordan Is Tough On Young Syrians

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Harris County Public Health contact tracers are seen at work as they try to help stop the spread of the coronavirus outbreak in Houston, Texas, on July 22. Adrees Latif/Reuters hide caption

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California And Texas Health Officials: Mistrust A Major Hurdle For Contact Tracers

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Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai (center) is arrested at his home in Hong Kong on Monday. Hong Kong police raided the publisher's headquarters in the highest-profile use yet of the new national security law Beijing imposed on the city after protests last year. AP hide caption

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Prominent Hong Kong Publisher Arrested Under New National Security Law

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New Study Finds Expanded Jobless Benefits Don't Reduce Employment

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Police confront protesters in front of the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY, on May 29, 2020. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Lawyers Charged With Seven Felonies In Molotov Cocktail Attack Out On Bail

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Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, seen above in 2018, gives high marks for social distancing efforts during the coronavirus pandemic but low marks for testing. He says he thinks large public gatherings may have to wait until there's a vaccine. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Bill Gates, Who Has Warned About Pandemics For Years, On The U.S. Response So Far

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Lawmakers Concerned By Agents Use Of Driver's Licenses To Track Migrants

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Epstein's Indictment Covers 17 Years Of Alleged Sexual Abuse Of Minors

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El Paso, Texas, Is At The Forefront Of The Immigration Crisis

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Migrants Sent Back To Mexico Are In Dangerous Situations, Rep. Escobar Says

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Experts Say U.S. Power Grid Needs To Change Before Shifting To All Renewable Energy

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Chief Justice John Roberts is positioning the Supreme Court in a way that has both conservatives and liberals complaining and wondering what exactly Roberts is trying to do. Jabin Botsford/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Fear And Loathing At The Supreme Court — What Is Chief Justice John Roberts Up To?

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Police patrol outside Columbine High School in April in Littleton, Colo., when all Denver-area schools were evacuated after authorities launched a manhunt for Sol Pais, a Columbine-obsessed teen who they feared posed a threat. Chet Strange/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Superintendent Calls For 'Thoughtful' Discussion Over Proposal To Demolish Columbine

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