Civil rights activist C.T. Vivian poses in his home in Atlanta on Jan. 4, 2012

Civil Rights Advocate C.T. Vivian, Who Led Freedom Rides, Dies At 95

Vivian died at 95 from natural causes. He is survived by three daughters and two sons.


2:12Agents of the Department of Homeland Security were deployed to protect a courthouse in Portland.

Lawmakers Push Investigation of Unidentified Federal Troops in Oregon

1:18Demonstrators holding a placard reading "Generation Adama-Climate, we want to breathe" take part of a march
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French March In Memory Of Black Man Killed In Police Custody

1:42Travelers walking in an airport as the airline industry struggles with a decline in business due to the pandemic.

U.S. Travel Industry Asks Congress for Billions in Federal Grants

1:17A chain link fence lock is see on a gate at a closed Ranchito Elementary School in the San Feranando Valley section of LA
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California To Require Most Schools To Teach Online During Outbreak

2:01the seal of the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations
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Rhode Island Can Vote To Remove 'Plantations' From Formal Name

1:13U.S. Border Patrol vehicles
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4 Customs And Border Protection Employees Fired Over Facebook Activity

3:18Line of school buses
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What Remote Learning Challenges Do Students With Disabilities Face?

1:51Gregory McMichael, Travis McMichael and William Bryan Jr.

All 3 Suspects In The Ahmaud Arbery Murder Case Plead Not Guilty

0:57Defense Secretary Mark Esper
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Pentagon Effectively Bans Confederate Flags From All Military Bases

0:55The Supreme Court is shown in Washington.
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Supreme Court Blocks Some Florida Ex-Felons From Voting

0:58Ruth Bader Ginsburg
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Undergoing Chemotherapy For A Recurrence Of Cancer

0:57Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker answers questions from the media, along with Dr. Ngozi Ezike
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Illinois Officials Preemptively Sue To Require Masks In Schools

0:41A worker passes public school buses parked at a depot in Manchester, N.H.
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CDC Delays Releasing Additional Guidelines For Schools

1:11The cruise ship Rotterdam turns as it prepares to dock at Port Everglades
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CDC Extends No-Sail Order For Cruise Ships Through September

3:11Minneapolis police face off against protests
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Minneapolis Police Among Many That Didn't Send FBI Use Of Force Data

1:43FCC Chairman Ajit Pai
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FCC Changes National Suicide Prevention Lifeline Number To 988

1:18Fists were raised in memory of Breonna Taylor during a rally in her honor on the steps of the Kentucky State Capitol.
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Louisville To Investigate Deaths Of Taylor, McAtee And Protests

4:07Allentown, PA: Moments before a police officer, kneels on Edwardo Borrero Jr.'s neck.
Allentown Police Department

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Second Federal Execution In A Week Carried Out

1:16These are some of the 88 American Airlines planes stored at Pittsburgh International Airport
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American Airlines Warns It Could Furlough 25,000 Employees

1:03Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp listens to a question from the press
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Georgia Governor Voids All Local Face Mask Orders In The State

1:19A portrait of George Floyd on a wall
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New Bodycam Footage Of George Floyd's Arrest Submitted In Court

2:32A test volunteer receives a vaccine candidate

Vaccine Shows Promise, But Fauci Warns Immunity Is At Least A Year Out

3:34International student Christian Jackson with friends at Drake University
Christian Jackson

ICE Backtracks, Allows Foreign Students To Study Online In The U.S.

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2:08In Dec. 25 photo, U.S. Army team moves coffin of Special Forces soldier who died in Afghanistan.
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U.S. Pulls Troops From Bases As Taliban Keeps Up Afghanistan Attacks

1:20Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt listens during a news conference Thursday, July 9, 2020, in Oklahoma City
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Oklahoma's Governor Tests Positive For COVID-19

3:05Teacher checks student's temperature

Despite White House Pressure, Schools Across The Country Go Virtual

3:32Mifeprex packaging
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Judge Rules Providers Can Mail The Abortion Pill During Pandemic

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