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RGB's impact8 strides for women
      

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Elections 2020Register to vote 🗳️
      

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2020 TV premieresWhen do shows debut?
      

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NFL's 0-2 squadsWhich teams have hope?
      

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'You're not wanted': Trump's proposed college student visa changes worry international students — againInternational college students say they feel unwanted after yet another Trump administration proposal to restrict U.S. student visa rules.
      

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Breonna Taylor updates: Sit-in on Brooklyn Bridge; Protests in LA, Seattle, Chicago, Philly; Demonstrators clash with Louisville policeHundreds of protesters gathered in downtown Louisville Friday for another night of protests to honor Breonna Taylor and demand justice for her death.
      

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Trump is expected to name Amy Coney Barrett as his nominee to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Supreme Court, GOP sources sayWhile Barrett, 48, has been the front-runner for the nomination all along, the sources said she has become the sole focus of the process.
      

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'Blatant disregard and disrespect of Black people': Virginia district apologizes for segregated schools - 53 years laterThe county operated segregated schools until 1967, nearly 13 years after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that segregation in public schools was unconstitutional.
      

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Coronavirus updates: US cases pass 7 million mark; Florida lifts restrictions; America is nowhere near herd immunityThe U.S. has reported more than 7 million cases of COVID-19 as of Friday, but deaths are projected to almost double by Jan. 1. Latest COVID-19 news.
      

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Boston Celtics fight off elimination in Game 5 of Eastern Conference finals vs. Miami HeatFalling in an early deficit and with their backs against the wall, the Celtics fought off the Heat to force a Game 6 in the Eastern Conference finals.
      

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About 9% of Americans exposed to COVID-19 by mid-summer. That's a long way from herd immunity.A new study of dialysis patients shows the American public is a long way from achieving 'herd immunity' and protection from COVID-19 community spread.
      

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Trump executive order on diversity training roils corporate AmericaCompanies fear the White House order will deal a crippling setback to efforts to increase workplace equality and address race and gender disparities.
      

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Tampa Bay Lightning beat Dallas Stars after overtime penalty to Stars captain Jamie BennTampa Bay defenseman Kevin Shattenkirk scored a power-play goal in overtime as the Lightning took a commanding 3-1 lead in the Stanley Cup Final.
      

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg makes history as the first woman, Jewish person to lie in state at Capitol ceremonyRuth Bader Ginsburg made history Friday when she became the first woman and Jewish person to lie in state at the U.S. Capitol.
      

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Coronavirus has exposed a secret underbelly of the travel business: Ponzi-style schemes to pay bookingsConsumer complaints related to COVID-19 include more than 5,300 travelers who struggled to secure refunds for trips interrupted by coronavirus.
      

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Charlize Theron shares rare photos of kids Jackson, August: 'Happy #NationalDaughtersDay'Charlize Theron, known for keeping her kids out of the spotlight, has shared photos of her adopted children, Jackson, 8, and August, 4, on Instagram.
      

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Voting groups report surge in registrations after death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgVote.org said it saw 40,771 new registrations on the weekend that followed Ginsburg's death, a 68% increase over the previous Saturday and Sunday.
      

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'I cherish you': Drew Barrymore and Tom Green reunite for first time in 15 years since divorceDrew Barrymore welcomed a special guest on Friday, one she hasn't talked to in 15 years: her ex-husband, Tom Green.
      

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Bold predictions for Week 4 of the college football seasonThere's always some surprises every Saturday in college football. Our experts make their selections for what unexpected events will happen in Week 4.
      

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Fact check: Claim of double standards between COVID-19, swine flu responses is inaccurateThe claim correctly cites Swine flu case counts but is inaccurate on other points, including the response to H1N1.
      

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In deeply personal podcast, Dax Shepard shares he is recovering from a recent relapseDax Shepard is opening up about his struggles with sobriety and shares some personal moments during his podcast.
      

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Recalled mushrooms likely linked to salmonella outbreak shipped to restaurants in more than 30 statesThe FDA and CDC are investigating a multi-state outbreak of salmonella infections that has sickened 41 and is likely linked to wood ear mushrooms.
      

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15 helpful products you never knew existedThe internet is full of useful products you never knew existed like a personal sauna from Amazon or the Gravity weighted robe.
      

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Thom Brennaman resigns from Cincinnati Reds, Fox Sports Ohio after using homophobic slurThom Brennaman resigned from his job with the Cincinnati Reds and Fox Sports Ohio. He was suspended last month for using a homophobic slur on air.
      

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WATCH: Footage released of man who broke into Brewers' Miller Park and damaged field with tractorVideo of a man who broke into the Milwaukee Brewers' Miller Park shows him trying to carve his name into the field with a tractor.
      

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Supreme Court: How the nomination and confirmation processes workPresident Trump's nomination to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg is quick and controversial – but Republicans could make it happen. Here's how.
      

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'Release the transcripts': Ben Crump slams decision in Breonna Taylor case, calls out systemic racism in the legal systemBreonna Taylor's family and attorneys demanded Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron release the transcripts of the grand jury proceedings.
      

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Many suburban women in Michigan have message for Trump: We want security, not chaosMichigan's suburbs may be a key voice in deciding the next president. For many suburban women, President Trump is not the answer.
      

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Giraffe pedicures are a tall order for zookeepers at the Oakland ZooZookeepers at the Oakland Zoo in California gave a resident giraffe a pedicure, a 'tall order.'
      

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First time flying since the pandemic? Take these steps firstAre you flying for the first time since the pandemic began? Here are a few steps you can take in advance to ensure you don't get stuck at the airport.
      

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Holocaust survivor gets diploma decades laterMiriam Schreiber's education was disrupted by the Holocaust. Decades later, she's receiving a long overdue honorary high school diploma.
      

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Cuvier's beaked whale breaks record with almost 4-hour diveCuvier's beaked whales have flipper pockets, a special adaptation which allows them to tuck their flippers in while diving.
      

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Did you get our text? Countdown to Election DayFollow along with USA TODAY (via text!) as we cover the need-to-know moments during the debates, the election and everything in between.
      

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Your guide to COVID-19What you need to know about coronavirus, including what to do if you think you might be sick, how to keep you and your family safe and tips on what to do while staying home.
      

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Tracking the coronavirus outbreakTrack coronavirus outbreaks across the United States with daily updated maps, total cases and deaths.
      

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Tips to celebrate Halloween safely during the COVID-19 pandemicHalloween 2020 doesn't have to be canceled by coronavirus. Here are tips to keep your little ghosts happy, even without traditional trick-or-treating.
      

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Fact check: Several politicians have died or resigned because of COVID-19A viral meme falsely claims that no politicians have died from the coronavirus or lost their jobs.
      

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