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The U.S. Capitol, seen here on April 13, remains closed to public tours and open only to members, staff, press and official business visitors. Al Drago/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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An election worker opens envelopes and removes ballots so they can be counted at the election office on Octo. 26, 2020 in Provo, Utah. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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A Long Tradition Of Mail-In Voting For Service Members, With Few Problems

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Kenneth Walker poses for a photo in August in Louisville, KY. A Louisville police officer has countersued Walker for battery, assault, and intentional emotional distress. Amy Harris/Amy Harris/Invision/AP hide caption

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Cars line up for coronavirus tests at the University of Texas at El Paso on Oct. 23. The city has seen a surge in cases, prompting a judge to issue a shutdown of nonessential businesses. Paul Ratje/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Voting trainers prepare to instruct poll workers in preparation for early voting at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 19. Amanda Andrade-Rhoades for NPR hide caption

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A Connecticut prosecutor says the Kennedy cousin Michael Skakel, shown here, will not face a second trial in the 1975 murder of teenager Martha Moxley in Greenwich. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh with a poster of South Africa's Nelson Mandela, in a scene from the Nasrin documentary. Floating World Pictures hide caption

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Rescuers search for survivors Friday in a collapsed building in Izmir, Turkey, after a powerful earthquake struck Turkey's western coast and parts of Greece. Mert Cakir/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A woman casts her ballot on the first day of in-person early voting for the 2020 elections in Milwaukee on Oct. 20. With just days left until Election Day, both President Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden will head to the Badger State for dueling campaign events on Friday. Kamil Krzaczynski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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City Hall tags along as Boston mayor Marty Walsh attends various appointments and public appearances — including this meeting about violent crime. Courtesy of Zipporah Films hide caption

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An Action-Packed Doc About Local Government? It's All In Wiseman's 'City Hall'

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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. Jon Cherry/Getty Images hide caption

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Black And Latino Voters Flooded With Disinformation In Election's Final Days

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Students chat on a lawn this fall at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. It's unclear how disruptions to campus life during the pandemic might affect student voter turnout on Election Day. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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Cherie DeBrest, left, and daughter Naima are planning on working at the polls on Tuesday in Philadelphia. Courtesy of Naima DeBrest hide caption

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A Mother And Daughter Join Together As Poll Workers 'To Make A Difference'

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City on April 16, 2016. Raymond Boyd/Getty Images hide caption

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Guggenheim's Audio Guide Brings The Art Museum To Listeners' 'Mind's Eye'

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Even when President Trump unveiled his plan for Black economic empowerment, he put most of his emphasis on telling people why they shouldn't vote for his Democratic opponent Joe Biden. Brendan Smialowski/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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With Lil Wayne, Ice Cube And 50 Cent, Trump Makes Final Push For Black Voters

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The ICU at Tampa General Hospital in Tampa, Fla., was 99% full this week, according to an internal report produced by the federal government. It's among numerous hospitals the report highlighted with ICUs filled to over 90% capacity. Michael S. Williamson/The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Internal Documents Reveal COVID-19 Hospitalization Data The Government Keeps Hidden

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Broadband installers Gus (Nick Frost) and Elton (Samson Kayo) midnight as paranormal investigators in Amazon's Truth Seekers. Colin Hutton/Amazon Studios hide caption

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