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Late-Stage COVID-19 Vaccine Trial On Hold
President Trump To Announce A Further Troop Reduction In Middle East
Georgia Investigating Possible Double-Voting
Justice Department Wants To Defend President In Defamation Lawsuit
Rochester Chief, Top Deputy Retire Amid Uproar Over Daniel Prude Death
Two Activists Draw Parallels Between Civil Rights Movement And Today
Black Man Offered Job By Sheriff's Office That Wrongly Detained Him
House Launches 'Straw-Donor' Investigation Of Postmaster General
Firefighters Battle Multiple Wildfires In California
House To Make Historic Vote On Marijuana Legalization
U.S. Hotel Industry Takes A Hit Over Labor Day Holiday
Amazon Bans Foreign Seed Sales In The U.S.
President Trump Bans 'Un-American' Anti-Racism Training
Rochester Mayor Promises Police Reform
Tourism Industry Shows Slight Improvements Over Labor Day Weekend
Julian Assange's Extradition Hearing Resumes After Delay
Need A Quick COVID-19 Test? Plan On Paying Up
7,000-Acre Fire Starts At Gender-Reveal Party
Education Takes Higher Profile In 2020 Election
Unions Consider Walkouts To End 'Unjust Status Quo' on Social Issues
Blake Says Shooting By Kenosha Police Left Him In 'Nothing But Pain'
Judge Slows Census Bureau Effort To End Count Early
More Than 200 People Rescued From California Fire
Portland Hits 100 Days Of Protests — With No Slowdown in Sight
Kentucky Derby Runs Amid Protests Demanding Justice For Breonna Taylor
VA Police Chief On Paid Leave After Confederate Monument Charge
President Trump Promises To Keep Stars And Stripes Newspaper Alive
Detroit Police Barred From Tear Gas, Other Force In Peaceful Protests
Friday Marks Another Night Of Clashes At Protests Across U.S.
Police Union Defends Officers In The Death Of Daniel Prude
Trump Denies Insulting Troops As Poll Shows Military Vote Up For Grabs
This Labor Day Highlights The Millions Of Unemployed Americans
Pres. Trump Denies Calling Fallen Soldiers 'Losers'
Report: Most Summer Protests Against Racial Injustice Were Peaceful
Suspect In Portland Protest Shooting Killed By Police
White House, Democrats Informally Agree To 'Clean' Spending Bill
Families Of The 1921 Tulsa Massacre Seek Justice In New Lawsuit
Racial Tensions and Pandemic Mark Saturday's Kentucky Derby Run
Rochester Man’s Death Renews Calls For Mental Health Aid in Policing
Court Rules NSA Mass Surveillance Program Was Illegal
Justice Department Releases Report On Operation Legend
Budget Deficit To Hit Record $3.3 Trillion
New York Protests After Black Man Killed After Detainment
California Could Start Developing Generic Drugs
U.S. Ventilator Stockpile Now Full
President Trump Threatens Funding Cuts To 'Anarchist Jurisdictions'
United Airlines To Furlough More Than 16,000 As Soon As October
Notre Dame Starts Phased Return To In-Person Classes
Mississippi Chooses Final Flag Design For Voters
How Are Colleges Handling Quarantining On Campus?
False Information Escalates Anger At Protests Across The United States
Remote Learning Raises Safety Concerns In Chicago
Pentagon: U.S. Military Being Surpassed By China's
Judge Rules University of California Stop Considering Test Scores
D.C. Considers Renaming Dozens Of Public Schools, Parks
Attorneys File New Lawsuit Over 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre
Federal Prosecutors: D.C. Police Arrested Protesters Without Evidence
FEMA To End Funding For Cloth Face Masks For Schools
Trump Administration, CDC Announce Eviction Moratorium
Protests Spurred After L.A. Police Kill Black Cyclist
Plea Deal Listed Breonna Taylor As Co-Defendant In Drug Ring Case
Black Former McDonald's Franchisees Sue For Racial Discrimination
Fans Petition For Chadwick Boseman Statue In Actor's Hometown
President Trump Visits Kenosha While Blake Family Holds Celebration
New York City Delays Return To Classrooms
U.S. To Drastically Hike Citizenship And Most Other Immigration Fees
Early Data Shows Increase in Overdoses During Shutdowns
School Lunch Program Extended During Coronavirus Pandemic
Liberty University To Investigate Former President Jerry Falwell Jr.
Louisiana Governor Worried About COVID-19 Spike During Laura Recovery
Rethinking How 'Dungeons & Dragons' Handles Race
New Jersey Restaurants To Allow Indoor Dining Ahead Of Labor Day
Oregon Sheriffs Deny Governors Request For Support In Portland
Mississippi Commission To Vote On Final State Flag Design
Continuing The Legacy Of Chadwick Boseman's 'Black Panther'
Coronavirus Cases Spike Among Kids
United Airlines Eliminates Ticket-Change Fees
Kentucky AG To Meet With FBI On Breonna Taylor Ballistics Report
Power Outages From Laura Could Last Weeks
Afghan President Appoints Peace Council for Taliban Negotiations
University of Alabama Sees Surge in Coronavirus Cases
President Trump Visits Louisiana, Texas Areas Hit By Hurricane Laura
Man Killed During Portland's 94th Night Of Protests
California Considers Reparations For Slavery
Wisconsin's Senate To Meet Monday For Special Session On Police Reform
Police Union Claims Jacob Blake Fought With Officers Before Shooting
Improved Weather Helps Fire Crews Gain Control Over California Blazes
Fans Mourn The Loss Of 'Black Panther' Icon Chadwick Boseman
Death Toll From Laura Rises To 15, Hundreds Of Thousands Without Power
Actor Chadwick Boseman Dies Of Cancer At 43
The Two-Virus Dilemma: COVID-19 And The Flu
March On Washington Draws Thousands
K-12 Schools Suffer Financial Pain From Coronavirus
House Democrats Target Pompeo Over Impeachment Inquiry, RNC Speech
FDA Warns Of Hand Sanitizer In Food And Drink Packaging
Women's Suffrage Monuments Highlight Lack Of Statues To Women In U.S.
United Airlines Plans To Cut Thousands Of Pilots
39 Missing Children Found, 9 Arrests Made In 'Operation Not Forgotten'
Kenosha Police Chief, County Sheriff Face Calls To Resign
Hurricane Laura Topples Confederate Statue In Louisiana