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Examining Coronavirus Hot Spots: U.S. And Brazil

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Officials Start Planning For The Next Presidential Transition

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Federal Judge: Fla. Law Restricting Felons' Voting Rights Is Unconstitutional

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Large Beach Crowds In Florida Turn Out For Holiday Weekend

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Trump's Border Wall Would Go Through Laredo's Historic Downtown

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Memorial Day Weekend Kicks Off Jersey Shore's Summer Season

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President Trump listens as Scott Turner, executive director of the White House Opportunity and Revitalization Council, speaks during a meeting with African American leaders in Michigan on Thursday. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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White House Looks At 'Opportunity Zone' Extension In Wake Of COVID-19

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Sexual Assault Allegation Against Joe Biden Presents MeToo Challenge

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Rob Grier says if he weren't taking care of him, his dad, Robert Grier Sr., would probably need to be in a nursing home. Courtesy of Rob Grier hide caption

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Veterans See Caregivers As Even More Crucial In The COVID-19 Era

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War-Gamed Pandemic Disaster Unfolds In Real Time

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Shoppers began showing up earlier this month at International Plaza in Tampa, Fla. Mall business has been slow to pick up, with a lot of people still reluctant to venture out. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Businesses Are Reopening, But Customers May Not Be Ready To Go Back

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Pandemic Concerns Force 82nd Airborne Members To Return In Waves

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Congress Gave Colleges A $14 Billion Lifeline. Here's Where It's Going

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More Migrants From India Try To Get Into U.S. From Mexico

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Hundreds Of Prisoners Have Died In U.S. From Coronavirus

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Hillary Without Bill? 'Rodham' Imagines What Could Have Been

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What Hamburg's Missteps In 1892 Cholera Outbreak Can Teach Us About COVID-19 Response

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President Trump Is Rooting For Reopening Of Professional Sports

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Millions Of Americans Have Lost Health Insurance As Unemployment Soars

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A woman passes a closed Social Security Administration office in Los Angeles in 2013. Some 53,000 of the agency's workers are now working from home. Frederic J. Brown/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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For These Federal Employees, Telework Means Productivity Is Up, Their Backlog Is Down

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