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Nov 23, 2020

Doomscrolling On A Staycation? Here Are The OED's 'Words Of An Unprecedented Year'
The lexicographers at the Oxford English Dictionary couldn't sum up the year in just one word — so they went with a whole list instead.

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Nov 23, 2020

President-Elect Biden To Begin Formal Transition Process After Agency OK
President Trump, who has still yet to concede, says he's "recommending" the GSA begin "initial protocols" to kickstart the transfer of power. The GSA chief says her decision was reached independently.

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Nov 23, 2020

Trump Administration To Begin Biden Transition Protocols
President Trump tweeted Monday that he's recommending the General Services Administration and others in his administration begin "initial protocols."

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Nov 23, 2020

Avril Haines Nominated As First Female Director Of National Intelligence
President-elect Joe Biden's appointee was previously the deputy director of the CIA and the White House deputy national security advisor.

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Nov 23, 2020

More Kids Are Getting COVID-19, Kentucky Pediatrician Says
Elizabeth Hawse, a pediatrician in Lexington, Ky., says she's seen a big increase in the number of children testing positive for the coronavirus. The governor has shut schools to in-person classes.

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Nov 23, 2020

A Revamped Strategic National Stockpile Still Can't Match The Pandemic's Latest Surge
The Strategic National Stockpile stores critical supplies. It fell short when the pandemic first hit. Now, a new effort is being implemented, but it's still not providing what the U.S. needs.

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Nov 23, 2020

John Kerry Tapped For Newly Created Role As Presidential Climate Envoy
Environmental groups praise Kerry for his decades of climate work, including negotiating the Paris Agreement. He will face challenges after four years of a diminished U.S. role in climate diplomacy.

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Nov 23, 2020

Biden Picks Janet Yellen To Be Treasury Secretary In Historic Appointment
Joe Biden plans to nominate the former Federal Reserve chair as his Treasury secretary. She would play a leading role in helping the economy recover from the pandemic.

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Nov 23, 2020

Democrats Insist On Tuesday Briefing By GSA Head On Delayed Transition
The General Services Administration is offering a briefing for congressional leaders behind closed doors next week.

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Nov 23, 2020

American Airlines Reverses Policy That Imposed Weight Limit On Wheelchairs
American Airlines reversed a recent policy that banned wheelchairs weighing more than 300 pounds, which includes many power wheelchairs, from some of its regional jets following an NPR report.

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Nov 23, 2020

Egypt Defiant As International Criticism Grows Over Arrest Of Human Rights Activists
Three prominent figures in the country's embattled human rights movement were arrested after meeting with European ambassadors. The Egyptian government is accusing them of being terrorists.

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Nov 23, 2020

'Waste' Activist Digs Into The Sanitation Crisis Affecting The Rural Poor
In 2017, a study reported one in three people in one rural Alabama county had been exposed to hookworm. Catherine Coleman Flowers says the study reveals big gaps in sanitation in rural America.

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Nov 23, 2020

'Welcome To The Party, Zoom': Video App's Rules Lead To Accusations Of Censorship
The video-conferencing app banned a Palestinian activist who is a member of a U.S.-designated terrorist group. Now, the company's policies are being questioned.

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Nov 23, 2020

Michigan Certifies Joe Biden's Election Victory
The certification vote follows weeks of attempts by President Trump to overturn his opponent's victory. Three members voted in favor of certification, and one abstained.

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Nov 23, 2020

Michigan, A State Where Biden Leads, To Certify Election Results
The state, in which President-elect Joe Biden is ahead by more than 155,000 votes, is scheduled to certify its election results on Monday afternoon.

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Nov 23, 2020

Court Considers Whether Woman Who Joined ISIS As A Teen Is Allowed To Return To U.K.
Shamima Begum, now 21, left London with two other schoolgirls in 2015 to join the terrorist organization and is now in a detention camp in Syria. The U.K. revoked her citizenship last year.

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Nov 23, 2020

Biden Makes Historic Picks In Naming Foreign Policy, National Security Teams
The president-elect's history-making picks include the first Latino nominated to head the Department of Homeland Security and the first woman to lead the intelligence community.

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Nov 23, 2020

At Least 4 Pennsylvania Counties To Miss Election Certification Deadline
Ultimately, minor delays in a handful of counties fully certifying their results shouldn't affect the overall certification process statewide.

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Nov 23, 2020

South Korea Faces New, Challenging Rise In Coronavirus Infections
Previous spikes in South Korea were linked to outbreaks at churches and protests. Health officials say the current wave appears to have no links to any major groups or events.

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Nov 23, 2020

Israeli Prime Minister Secretly Flew To Saudi Arabia, Israeli Media Reports
It is the first such meeting between Israeli and Saudi leaders to be reported widely in Israeli media. Netanyahu reportedly met Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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Nov 23, 2020

Mask Mandates Work To Slow Spread Of Coronavirus, Kansas Study Finds
When the state of Kansas issued a mask mandate, 81 counties opted out. Researchers found coronavirus infection rates rose sharply in the opt-out counties, while falling in those that required masks.

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Nov 23, 2020

Angela Merkel Raises Concern Over Coronavirus Vaccine Plan For Poorer Countries
At a virtual meeting of the G20, the German chancellor said she was worried about vaccine availability.

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Nov 23, 2020

Trump Is Running Out Of Time As Key States Set To Certify That Biden Won
With vote certifications this week in Pennsylvania, Michigan and Nevada, pressure will only build on the Republican dam of support for Trump's efforts to overturn the election results.

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Nov 23, 2020

U.K. Coronavirus Trial Promises 'Highly Effective' New Vaccine
Pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca made the announcement on Monday, saying that one dosing regimen showed the drug was 90% effective in preventing infection.

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Nov 23, 2020

AstraZeneca Coronavirus Trial Promises 'Highly Effective' New Vaccine
Pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca made the announcement on Monday, saying that one dosing regimen showed the vaccine was 90% effective in preventing infection.

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Nov 23, 2020

AstraZeneca Trial Promises 'Highly Effective' COVID-19 Vaccine
The pharmaceutical company made the announcement on Monday, saying that one dosing regimen showed the vaccine was 90% effective in preventing infection.

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Nov 23, 2020

Biden Supporters In Pennsylvania Look Ahead To A 'Traditional Presidency'
Joe Biden's supporters in the swing county of Erie talk about their hopes and their expectations of the incoming president.

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Nov 23, 2020

Why The Oil Industry Doesn't Fear Biden
President-elect Joe Biden has pledged to tackle the climate crisis. Nonetheless, the oil and gas industry is reacting with a surprising amount of optimism.

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Nov 23, 2020

Rep. Haaland: Cabinet Pick 'Would Mean A Lot To Indian Country'
Dozens of House Democrats have called on President-elect Joe Biden to make the New Mexico congresswoman the first Native American Cabinet secretary in U.S. history.

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Nov 23, 2020

Rural Areas Send Their Sickest Patients To The Cities, Straining Hospital Capacity
In Kansas City, hospitals are treating local COVID-19 patients as well as patients transferred from rural counties in Missouri and Kansas, where there's no mandate or culture for wearing masks.

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Nov 23, 2020

Ice Bucket Challenge Co-Creator Dies At 37
Patrick Quinn, who helped turn the Ice Bucket Challenge into a global phenomenon in 2014, died after a seven-year fight with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).

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Nov 23, 2020

Biden To Choose Antony Blinken For Secretary Of State
The president-elect is expected to announce the nomination of Blinken, who served as deputy secretary of state and deputy national security adviser under President Obama, early this week.

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Nov 23, 2020

Biden Reportedly To Choose Antony Blinken For Secretary Of State
The president-elect is expected to announce the nomination of Blinken, who served as deputy secretary of state and deputy national security adviser under President Obama, early this week.

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Nov 22, 2020

Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich Says GOP Is 'Afraid' Of Trump
Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich speaks about the GOP's unwillingness to contradict President Trump, who still refuses to accept the results of the presidential election.

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Nov 22, 2020

China Moon Mission Will Try To Bring Back The First Lunar Rocks In Decades
The Chang'e-5 mission will attempt to bring back rock and soil samples from a previously unexplored part of the moon, helping scientists better understand its volcanic history.

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Nov 22, 2020

How To Celebrate Thanksgiving Remotely
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with J.D. Biersdorfer, technology tip columnist for The New York Times, about her article, "How to Have a Fully Remote Family Thanksgiving."

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Nov 22, 2020

Muslim Communities Divided Over Abuse Allegations Against Popular Preacher
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with Alia Salem of FACE, or Facing Abuse in Community Environments, about allegations of abuse leveled against popular Muslim preacher Nouman Ali Khan.

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Nov 22, 2020

What Are Trump's Foreign Policy Goals For His Final Months In Office?
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with Robert Malley of the International Crisis Group about the foreign policy decisions the president might make as his time in office comes to an end.

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Nov 22, 2020

What It's Like Battling The COVID-19 Surge, As Told By Frontline Doctors
NPR's Leila Fadel speaks with three doctors — Comilla Sasson, Ivan Melendez and Lynn Paxton — about what they're seeing on the frontlines of the latest surge in coronavirus cases.

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Nov 22, 2020

Somalia's Strongest Tropical Cyclone Ever Recorded Could Drop 2 Years' Rain In 2 Days
Tropical Cyclone Gati made landfall in Somalia on Sunday. It's the first recorded instance of a hurricane-strength system hitting the country.

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Nov 22, 2020

Public Officials Campaign To Keep People Home For Thanksgiving
As COVID-19 cases continue to soar across the country, officials are pleading with the public to rethink large holiday gatherings to mitigate the spread.

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Nov 22, 2020

Americans Could See A Vaccine By Mid-December, Says Operation Warp Speed Adviser
Dr. Moncef Slaoui, the chief scientific adviser for Operation Warp Speed, says that some Americans could start receiving a COVID-19 vaccine by the second week of December.

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Nov 22, 2020

Elephant Rescued After Falling Into A Well In Indian Village
Local residents dropped banana leaves down the well for the elephant to eat as officials strapped it to a crane and lifted it to safety.

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Nov 22, 2020

FDA Grants Emergency Authorization For A Second COVID-19 Antibody Treatment
The experimental cocktail from the bio-tech company Regeneron is the same drug President Trump got when he was battling the coronvirus earlier this year. It is designed for mild to moderate cases.

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Nov 22, 2020

FDA Grants Emergency Authorization For A 2nd COVID-19 Antibody Treatment
The experimental cocktail from the biotech company Regeneron is the same drug President Trump got when he was battling the coronavirus this year. It is designed for mild to moderate cases.

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Nov 22, 2020

Trump Requests Georgia Recount, Meaning 5 Million Votes Will Be Tabulated A 3rd Time
The law calls for a recount to be conducted by retabulating every ballot through a scanner, the same way they were originally counted in the days following the Nov. 3 election.

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Nov 22, 2020

Pennsylvania GOP Sen. Toomey Says Trump Should Accept Election Loss
His Saturday night statement came soon after a federal judge dismissed a Trump campaign lawsuit challenging the results in Pennsylvania.

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Nov 22, 2020

Coronavirus Is Surging: How Severe Is Your State's Outbreak?
View NPR's maps and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing and which are leveling off.

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Nov 22, 2020

What's That Smell? Researchers Hope To Recreate Historic Scents From Europe's Past
Using machine learning and artificial intelligence, researchers hope to document — and later recreate — historical scents and smell-scapes from as far back as the 16th century.

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Nov 22, 2020

Pompeo Attempts To Cement Trump's Legacy In Isreal Ahead Of A Biden Presidency
As the Biden administration approaches, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tries to cement the Trump administration's controversial pro-Israel policies.

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Nov 22, 2020

FDA Approves First Drug For Rare, Rapid-Aging Genetic Disorder
The Food and Drug Administration has approved a treatment for progeria, a genetic disorder that causes children to age rapidly. Zokinvy is the first drug approved by the agency for the disorder.

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Nov 22, 2020

Pompeo Attempts To Cement Trump's Legacy In Israel Ahead Of A Biden Presidency
As the Biden administration approaches, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo tries to cement the Trump administration's controversial pro-Israel policies.

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Nov 22, 2020

Climate Change Closes In On Lebanon's Iconic Cedar Trees
A symbol of Lebanon's resilience through its long, turbulent history, the country's towering cedars now face increasing threats from wildfire and parasites, both fueled by global warming.

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Nov 22, 2020

Hold The Champagne: What Happens When Neither Party Gets to Celebrate The Election?
President Trump's loss to Joe Biden has made it tough for Republicans to celebrate important wins down ballot, while Democrats have been stung by the failure to meet expectations of a blue tsunami.

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Nov 22, 2020

Pandemic Pet Therapy: What's So Special About A Critter Friend?
"Relationships with animals are simple," notes one researcher. In a year when life feels fraught, pets have been healers, helping human companions get exercise, quell anxiety and make new friends.

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Nov 22, 2020

'Slow Down,' 'Don't Quit': Advice From 7 Women Who Overcame Their Pandemic Struggles
Nominated by NPR readers, we highlight the story of seven women who overcame personal struggles through the pandemic - and how they found the strength to pull through.

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Nov 21, 2020

Judge Dismisses Trump Campaign's Bid To Delay Vote Certification In Pennsylvania
In a blistering decision, a federal judge ruled that the campaign's complaint was "unsupported by evidence" and essentially asked the court "to disenfranchise almost seven million voters."

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Nov 21, 2020

G-20 Summit Opens With Calls For United Response To Pandemic
Saudi Arabia, which is hosting this year's virtual summit, opened up the two-day meeting urging leaders to mount a global response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Nov 21, 2020

Jonathan Pollard, Who Sold Cold War Secrets To Israel, Completes Parole
After 30 years in prison, and five years on stringent parole, former U.S. Navy analyst Jonathan Pollard plans to move to Israel, his lawyers said.

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Nov 21, 2020

U.S. Passes 12 Million Confirmed Coronavirus Cases
On Friday alone, there were 195,000 new confirmed cases of the virus and 1,878 deaths. The U.S. has been adding 1 million cases every six days.

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Nov 21, 2020

'Travel Bubble' Between Hong Kong And Singapore Is Delayed Amid COVID-19 Spike
The arrangement, originally slated to begin Sunday, would have provided some travelers the ability to bypass a 14-day quarantine period. But new cases in Hong Kong have put the plan on hold.

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Nov 21, 2020

Kabul Battered By Rockets Ahead Of Pompeo's Planned Talks With Taliban
The Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attacks, which killed at least eight in the Afghan capital and came on a day when Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was to discuss Afghan peace talks.

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Nov 21, 2020

Donald Trump Jr. Tests Positive For The Coronavirus
The president's son, who announced his diagnosis on Instagram, said he has no symptoms and feels fine. Trump Jr. said he plans to quarantine and "take it seriously."

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Nov 21, 2020

CEO Over VOA Acted Unconstitutionally In Pursuing Bias Claims, U.S. Judge Rules
A federal judge ordered the CEO over the Voice of America to stop investigating its journalists for anti-Trump bias, saying he caused "self-censorship and the chilling of First Amendment expression."

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Nov 21, 2020

Trump Appointee Unconstitutionally Interfered With VOA, Judge Rules
A federal judge ordered the CEO over the Voice of America to stop investigating its journalists for anti-Trump bias, saying he caused "self-censorship and the chilling of First Amendment expression."

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Nov 21, 2020

Andrew Cuomo To Receive International Emmy For 'Masterful' COVID-19 Briefings
The International Academy of Television Arts and Sciences announced that New York's governor will be recognized Monday for his "use of television to inform and calm people around the world."

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Nov 21, 2020

China Targets Muslim Scholars And Writers With Increasingly Harsh Restrictions
The intellectual heart of China's Muslim community is under threat as scholars, writers, religious leaders and their families are under constant state surveillance.

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Nov 21, 2020

Small Turkeys Are In Demand As Americans Downsize At Thanksgiving
As families across the U.S. scale back on how they traditionally celebrate the holiday, it's been a challenge for turkey producers as they figure out how to adapt to the changing market.

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Nov 21, 2020

Trump's Futile Fight To Overturn Election Loss Breeds Turmoil, Risk
Trump has made clear that he will spend his remaining days in the White House in the same way he spent much of his term in office: fighting.

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Nov 21, 2020

Families And Friends Mourn Loss Of Thanksgiving Traditions, Seek New Ones
Thanksgiving usually means gatherings and celebrating abundance. As the pandemic rules out crowded tables, Americans mourn missed traditions and build new ones.

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Nov 21, 2020

In Georgia, Pence Walks Line Between Trump's Election Falsehoods And GOP Senate Fight
Vice President Mike Pence made his first campaign appearance since he and President Trump lost their bid for reelection. He boosted Senate Republicans, while sidestepping Trump's fraud claims.

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Nov 21, 2020

Climate Justice Fund Counters 'Centuries Of Underinvestment'
Portland, Oregon, will fund clean energy in communities that are most vulnerable to the impacts of climate change. That's an idea that's part of President-elect Joe Biden's sweeping climate plan.

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Nov 20, 2020

Kyle Rittenhouse Released On $2 Million Bail, Awaiting Trial In Kenosha, Wis., Deaths
Rittenhouse faces charges that he shot to death two men and wounded a third at protests following the police shooting of Jacob Blake in August.

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Nov 20, 2020

1,000 U.S. Hospitals Are 'Critically' Short On Staff — And More Expect To Be Soon
As COVID-19 hospitalizations surge, new data released by the federal government show how many hospitals are struggling with staffing.

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Nov 20, 2020

'We Will Follow The Law': Michigan Lawmakers Defend Election After Trump Meeting
In a statement, Republicans Mike Shirkey and Lee Chatfield said they had "not yet been made aware of any information that would change the outcome of the election in Michigan."

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Nov 20, 2020

Ben Carson Says He Was 'Desperately Ill' With The Coronavirus
The secretary of the Department of Housing and Urban Development says in a Facebook post that he credits monoclonal antibody treatments with helping him recover from COVID-19.

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Nov 20, 2020

Arctic Lockdown: COVID-19 Climbs In Canada's Far North
A large and isolated region of northeastern Canada entered a two-week lockdown as coronavirus cases creep up in areas, including largely Indigenous communities, with limited access to intensive care.

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Nov 20, 2020

Coronavirus FAQ: How Safe Is It To Work Out In A Gym Or Play Indoor Sports?
And what about those outdoor tents that gyms and spin studios are setting up? Is it safe to exercise in there, too?

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Nov 20, 2020

After Australian Report, Calls Grow For More Investigations Of Abuses In Afghanistan
"Only through a series of independent inquiries will we uncover the true extent of this disregard for Afghan life, which normalized murder, and resulted in war crimes," an Afghan rights group says.

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Nov 20, 2020

Biden Gives New Hope To Refugees Fleeing Religious Persecution
Joe Biden intends to admit 125,000 refugees in his first year. Many will be fleeing religious persecution. While highlighting persecution, President Trump cut refugee admissions to 15,000.

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Nov 20, 2020

WHO Trial Finds Remdesivir Has 'No Meaningful Effect' In COVID-19 Patients
The medicine is one of the few to win regulatory approval as a treatment for the disease, but has fallen out of favor with the health authority.

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Nov 20, 2020

White House Dismisses Concern Over Transition, Says No Pressure Applied To GSA
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany defended President Trump's decision not to concede defeat to President-elect Joe Biden in a briefing on Friday.

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Nov 20, 2020

The CIA's Secret Quest For Mind Control: Torture, LSD And A 'Poisoner In Chief'
Journalist Stephen Kinzer reveals how the CIA worked in the 1950s and early '60s to develop mind control drugs and deadly toxins that could be used against enemies. Originally broadcast Sept. 9, 2019.

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Nov 20, 2020

Once Out Of Office, Trump Faces Significant Legal Jeopardy
The president already is the subject of investigations by New York officials, and he may be implicated by federal authorities as well. As a private citizen, he would no longer enjoy de facto immunity.

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Nov 20, 2020

Once Out Of Office, Trump Faces Significant Legal Peril
The president already is the subject of investigations by New York officials and he may be implicated by federal authorities as well. As a private citizen he would no longer enjoy de facto immunity.

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Nov 20, 2020

Biden Administration: Here's Who Has Been Named So Far
President-elect Joe Biden and his transition team are expected to roll out a slew of nominations for their administration before Inauguration Day. Here's whom they've officially announced.

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Nov 20, 2020

Michigan Lawmakers Meet Trump Amid Efforts To Overturn Election Results
Michigan, among the states where the Trump campaign has falsely alleged fraud, is scheduled to certify its results on Monday. GOP Sen. Mitt Romney and others have criticized the planned meeting.

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Nov 20, 2020

Michigan Lawmakers To Meet Trump Amid Efforts To Overturn Election Results
Michigan, among the states where the Trump campaign has falsely alleged fraud, is scheduled to certify its results on Monday. GOP Sen. Mitt Romney and others have criticized the planned meeting.

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Nov 20, 2020

Georgia Certifies Results; Election Official Says The 'Numbers Don't Lie'
The state's top election official has faced calls to resign, death threats and pressure from fellow Republicans over the 2 1/2 weeks of post-election counting.

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Nov 20, 2020

Georgia Election Results Certified; Election Official Says The 'Numbers Don't Lie'
The state's top election official has faced calls to resign, death threats and pressure from fellow Republicans over the half weeks of post-election counting.

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Nov 20, 2020

Georgia Results To Be Certified; Election Official Says The 'Numbers Don't Lie'
The state's top election official has faced calls to resign, death threats and pressure from fellow Republicans over the 2 1/2 weeks of post-election counting.

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Nov 20, 2020

Azerbaijani Troops Enter Disputed Territory Handed Over By Armenia
Azerbaijani troops moved into Aghdam, the first of three districts to be returned to the country under the latest cease-fire. President Ilham Aliyev hailed the moment Friday as a "historic victory."

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Nov 20, 2020

Forum: Race For The COVID-19 Vaccine
Watch an expert panel discussion on the effort to develop and deploy safe and effective vaccines against COVID-19 on Friday, Nov. 20, to be live-streamed here at 12 p.m. ET

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Nov 20, 2020

Farmers Are Warming Up To The Fight Against Climate Change
Several big farm groups, traditionally hostile to environmental regulations, are now working with environmental advocates in support of farmer-friendly actions to reduce carbon emissions.

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Nov 20, 2020

Pfizer Asks FDA to Approve Its COVID-19 Vaccine For Emergency Use
The pharmaceutical giant and partner BioNTech announced Friday that they are submitting a formal request to the Food and Drug Administration, just days after the vaccine was shown to be 95% effective.

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Nov 20, 2020

How The Coronavirus Has Affected Individual Members Of Congress
Congress saw its first two members enter self-quarantine on March 8. Later that month, seven members tested positive or were presumed so and dozens more were quarantined. The ranks have since grown.

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Nov 20, 2020

Coronavirus World Map: Tracking The Spread Of The Outbreak
A map of confirmed COVID-19 cases and deaths around the world. The respiratory disease has spread rapidly across six continents and has killed at least 1 million globally.

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Nov 20, 2020

Two Rural States With GOP Governors And Very Different COVID-19 Results
Vermont and South Dakota are both among the most rural states in the U.S. One has embraced coronavirus safety measures, the other has not, and their infection and death rates are starkly different.

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Nov 20, 2020

India Confirms 9 Million Coronavirus Infections
Only one other country — the United States — has surpassed the milestone of 9 million total cases, since the pandemic began.

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Nov 20, 2020

News Brief: Michigan Election Results, Thanksgiving Travel, Pompeo In Israel
Two Republican Michigan lawmakers are invited to the White House as Trump contests election results. We discuss if testing is a safe strategy for holiday travel. And, Mike Pompeo visits Israel.

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