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In Miami, Rolling Back Openings To Contain The Coronavirus Surge

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In Miami, local officials have ordered a rollback of some reopening measures because of the region's soaring coronavirus cases. Gyms have to close and in-person dining at restaurants is prohibited.

New Mexico Leaders To Militia: If You Want To Help Community, Stop Showing Up Armed

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Armed militias have become a feature at anti-quarantine protests, racial justice marches, and monument pull-downs. But after a shooting in Albuquerque, locals say militias are disturbing the peace.

Senator Waiting For White House Promise Not To Block Promotion Of Impeachment Witness

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Sen. Tammy Duckworth tells NPR that she'll hold up hundreds of Army officer promotions unless she gets an assurance that the Trump administration won't interfere that of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.

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What Beer Sales Tell Us About The Recession

Cheap beer sales are surging, but cheap beers are still losing ground to craft beer. Yet craft breweries are still suffering. What is going on?

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Boston Tavern Pivots To 'Plan B' To Try To Survive The Pandemic

Cornwall's has been a Kenmore Square mainstay for more than four decades. Now it's preparing to reopen — and to reinvent itself for survival during the pandemic.

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Trump Calls For NASCAR Driver Bubba Wallace To Apologize Over Noose 'Hoax'

The president followed up a pair of divisive speeches over the holiday weekend by castigating the racing body for banning the Confederate flag and said Wallace should apologize to his fellow drivers.

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ICE: Foreign Students Must Leave The U.S. If Their Colleges Go Online-Only This Fall

New federal rules will prohibit international students from completing fully online courses of study while in the U.S. Monday's announcement comes as more colleges release their plans for the fall.

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Vanessa Guillen Remains Identified By Army Investigators, Lawyer Says

More than two months after Vanessa Guillen was last seen, her remains were identified by Army investigators, a family lawyer said Sunday.

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As Americans Avoided Restaurants And Doctors' Offices, Those Businesses Got Loans

The small business sectors that received the largest share of federal loans from the coronavirus relief package known as PPP include restaurants, doctors' offices, car dealerships and law firms.

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Supreme Court Prohibits Mobile Phone Robocalls To Collect Federal Debt

Federal debt collectors were granted an exception from the general robocall ban in 2015. The high court ruled that Congress can't favor some speech over others.

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Being Black In America Today: Share Your Experience

We want to hear your thoughts about recent high-profile incidents involving harm to black people.

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Survey: 3% Of Americans Moved Due To The Pandemic

Among the young, the numbers shot up: 9% of adults 18-29 have moved due to the coronavirus. Some people moved to avoid catching the virus, while others were forced by the closing of college campuses.

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Woman Who Called Police On Black Bird-Watcher In Central Park To Be Charged

The Manhattan District Attorney's office says it is initiating a prosecution of Amy Cooper for falsely reporting an incident. In a cell phone video, she claimed a Black man was threatening her.