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2:38Maya Moore and Jonathan Irons
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Missouri Man's Conviction Overturned After 22 Years Behind Bars

1:23Customers and server in cafe
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New York City, California Halt Indoor Dining As COVID-19 Cases Rise

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U.S. Army Considers Training Soldiers To Avoid Police Confrontations

1:26The White House
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DHS To Send Rapid Deployment Teams To Protect Federal Monuments

2:03Corrections Officer at man entry to California's San Quentin State Prison.
Eric Risberg / AP

More Than 1,100 Inmates Infected With COVID-19 At San Quentin Prison

0:59A supporter for the transgender community holds a trans flag.
Robin Rayne / AP

Trump Admin. To Roll Back Transgender Protections In Homeless Shelters

1:01A demonstrator is taken into custody after the city's curfew went into effect in Los Angeles.
Jae C. Hong / AP

Los Angeles City Council Votes To Cut Police Funding

1:24Ghislaine Maxwell, daughter of late British publisher Robert Maxwell, reads a statement
Dominique Mollard / AP

FBI Arrests Jeffrey Epstein Confidant Ghislaine Maxwell

1:14A man walks by a hiring sign
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June Jobs Report Exceeds Economists' Expectations

1:39community volunteer checks for appointments and directs cars lining up for coronavirus tests
Richard Vogel / AP

U.S. Records More Than 50,000 New Daily COVID-19 Cases

1:46Christopher Columbus statue vandalized with red paint
Michelle R. Smith / AP

Lawmakers Propose Removing Columbus Day's Federal Holiday Status

1:14Crews removing statue of Stonewall Jackson
Steve Helber / AP

Richmond Mayor Orders Confederate Statues Be Removed From City Land

2:50American Airlines CEO Doug Parker
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Exclusive: American Airlines CEO Says Distancing Not Possible

4:06A stack of paperwork detailing positive COVID-19 test results sits in a box.
AP

What Went Wrong In The U.S.' COVID-19 Fight?

1:20A copy of the Emancipation Memorial in Boston
Steven Senne / AP

Boston To Remove Statue of Abraham Lincoln With Kneeling Slave

1:22Seattle police stand on a road in the Capitol Hill Organized Protest zone early Wednesday, July 1, 2020.
Aron Ranen / AP

Seattle Mayor Orders CHOP Zone Evacuated

1:00demonstrators carry a giant placard during a rally and march over the death of 23-year-old Elijah McClain.
David Zalubowski / AP

Justice Dept. Has Been Looking Into Elijah McClain's Death For Months

0:51American soldiers waiting for a helicopter to land in Afghanistan
Rahmat Gul / AP / File

U.S. Officials: Financial Transfers Corroborate Russian Bounties

1:16A member of the Florida National Guard talks to a driver as he monitors vehicles entering a testing site for COVID-19.
Lynne Sladky / AP

U.S. Records 48,000 New Cases Of COVID-19 In One Day

1:02Protesters hold portraits of Breonna Taylor
Timothy D. Easley / AP

Louisville To Investigate Handling Of Breonna Taylor's Case

2:18Statue of Alexander Hamilton Stephens in the U.S. Capitol Stephens was vice president of the Confederacy.
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8 States Keep Confederate Statues On Display In U.S. Capitol

1:09Man examines protective barriers at a casino card table
Wayne Parry / AP

New Jersey Bans Indoor Smoking, Drinking And Eating At Casinos

1:03Garrett Rolfe and Rayshard Brooks
Atlanta Police Department / AP

Officer Charged With Killing Rayshard Brooks Granted $500,000 Bond

1:14Demonstrators demand justice for Elijah McClain
David Zalubowski / AP

Officers Investigated After Taking Photos At Elijah McClain Memorial

1:35Sign announcing beach closure
Marcio Jose Sanchez / AP

Los Angeles County To Close Beaches For 4th Of July Weekend

1:21A person packing boxes
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What's The Risk Of Moving Into A New Place?

1:30School custodian
Darron Cummings / AP

Health Officials Say Following Guidelines Is Key For Reopening Schools

2:55National Guardsmen at Washington Monument
Manuel Balce Ceneta / AP

White Supremacist In National Guard Was Deployed To Floyd Protests

0:49Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds
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Iowa Governor Signs Waiting Period Abortion Law

1:36A potluck dinner.
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What's The Risk Of A Potluck?