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Two police officers were shot last night in Louisville.

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Tanisha Long expects to be busy in the run up to the 2020 election.

For the next six weeks, Long, who founded an unofficial Black Lives Matter chapter for Pittsburgh and Southwestern Pennsylvania, plans to make get-out-the vote videos, host mail-in voting webinars and work to enfranchise eligible incarcerated people in order to turn out voters she says "no one's talking to anymore."

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Up until now, the debate over the Supreme Court vacancy has been a story of process and power.

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President Trump says he'll announce his pick to replace Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg by this weekend.

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There was a lot of meaning in the laughter that Senate Leader Mitch McConnell drew last year.

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An orange glow filled the sky over San Francisco yesterday, one of many signs of fire across the West.

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Memorial Day and the Fourth of July taught us a lesson this year.

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Updated at 4:37 p.m. ET

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell said the pace of jobs growth is rising faster than many people expected, but it may take years before the economy has fully recovered.

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Russia is at it again trying to influence the 2020 election this time.

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Update at 4:30 p.m. ET: White House Communications Director Alyssa Farah responded to NPR's request for comment on Elizabeth Neumann's charges that the White House has not addressed the threat of domestic extremism, particularly what Neumann referred to as "right-wing extremism."

In an email, Farah dismissed Neumann's concerns as those of a "disgruntled employee."

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President Trump is traveling to Kenosha, Wis., today, ignoring the governor's letter asking him not to come.

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Let's start with the facts of a shooting in Portland, Ore.

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Looking for a snapshot of coronavirus outbreaks in U.S. schools? The National Education Association has just launched a tracker of cases in public K-12 schools.

The tracker is broken down by state and shows schools and counties with known cases and suspected cases and deaths, as well as whether those infected were students or staff. It also includes links to the local news reports so users know where the virus data comes from.

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A lot of people on the Texas-Louisiana coast are waking up this morning to devastation caused by Hurricane Laura, which made landfall early this morning.

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