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Recruiting patients for medical studies has been challenging during the pandemic, especially older people who are more vulnerable to COVID-19. Dra_Schwartz/Getty Images hide caption

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A Big Alzheimer's Drug Study Is Proceeding Cautiously, Despite The Pandemic

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President Trump arrives to speak during a rally at Prescott Regional Airport in Prescott, Ariz., Monday. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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From 'Saving Suburbs' To Raising Hopes On Pandemic, Trump Makes His Closing Pitch

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Indiana University's board of trustees voted earlier this month to strip David Starr Jordan's name from a building. Jordan was the university's seventh president and a leader of the eugenics movement. Lauren Bavis/WFYI hide caption

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Climate change means more flooding in much of the U.S. as sea levels rise and extreme rain becomes more common. Many people who live in flood-prone areas do not know they are at risk. Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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Look Inward To Make External Change: Advice From A Meditation Teacher

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President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden participate in the first presidential debate on Sept. 29. The Debate Commission has established new rules for Thursday's debate, including plans to mute a candidate's mic when the other is giving an opening statement. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Passengers enter a checkpoint at O'Hare International Airport on Monday. The TSA reports it screened over 1 million passengers on Sunday, the highest number since the coronavirus crisis began. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Channing Dungey was named the next chairman of Warner Bros. Television Group. She previously served in executive roles at ABC and Netflix. She is seen here at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit 2018. Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Fortune hide caption

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Mental health advocates say 988, a simple three-digit number, will be easier for people to remember in the midst of a mental health emergency. T2 Images/Getty Images/Cultura RF hide caption

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New Law Creates 988 Hotline For Mental Health Emergencies

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This mosaic image of asteroid Bennu is composed of 12 images collected on Dec. 2, 2018 by the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft from a range of 15 miles. NASA/Goddard/University of Arizona hide caption

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If This NASA Spacecraft Can Avoid 'Mount Doom,' It Might Nab A Bit Of Asteroid

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The U.S.-Canada border at Pittsburg, N.H., in 2017. The U.S. borders with Canada and Mexico will stay closed to nonessential travel through Nov. 21. Don Emmert/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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A judge has tossed out a U.S. Department of Agriculture rule that would have limited food stamps, noting that during the pandemic "SNAP rosters have grown by over 17 percent with over 6 million new enrollees." Here, a sign alerts customers about food stamps at a store in New York City. Scott Heins/Getty Images hide caption

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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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Artist In Residence Creates Portraits Of Reform At The District Attorney's Office

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Bolivian presidential candidate Luis Arce (center) and running mate David Choquehuanca (second right) celebrate during a news conference Monday in La Paz, Bolivia. Juan Karita/AP hide caption

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