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San Francisco's CAREN Bill Opposes 911 Racial Profiling
Trump cuts a ‘60 Minutes’ interview short, and then taunts Lesley Stahl on Twitter.
Marine General Removed After Subordinates Say He Used Racial Slur
N.Y. Accuses Religious Health Cost-Sharing Group of Misleading Consumers
Anthony Chisholm Dies at 77; Acclaimed in August Wilson Roles
Cruise Ship Rescues 24 People From Sinking Boat Off Florida Coast
Kappa Alpha, Fraternity That Reveres Robert E. Lee, Faces Revolt Over Racism
With College Campuses Quiet, Some Democrats Fear Losing Students’ Votes
Fiancée Sues Saudi Crown Prince Over Khashoggi Killing
The Big Role That Big Donors Still Play, Quietly, for Joe Biden
In deep-blue New York City, a gated beachfront haven where Trump flags fly.
Rebecca Cryer, 73, Tribal Judge and Oklahoma City Bomb Survivor, Dies
To avoid quarantining students, a school district tries moving them around every 15 minutes.
Two Police Officers Are Shot in Houston
Rev. John Vakulskas Dies at 76; Carnivals Were His Parish
Will Florida, the Recount State, Be Ready for the Election?
A Memphis poll worker was fired for turning away voters wearing ‘Black Lives Matter’ shirts.
A federal court says Tennessee can’t require first-time voters to appear in person at the polls.
Big donors play a key, and quiet, role in the Biden campaign.
It’s Google’s World. We Just Live In It.
Facing a Deluge of Misinformation, Colorado Takes the Offensive Against It
A vote-by-mail drop box was set on fire in a Los Angeles suburb.
Jeff Bridges Says He Has Lymphoma
Rush Limbaugh Says His Lung Cancer Is ‘Going in the Wrong Direction’
Trump Attacks Fauci Over Coronavirus