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Cities Divert Police Budget Funds To Youth Summer Jobs

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Left To Enforce Local Mandates, Front-Line Retail Workers Face Threats

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Disney World Orlando To Reopen Despite COVID-19 Surge In Florida

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Fans sit in the stands before the start of a game between the New York Giants and Washington Redskins at FedEx Field in 2019 in Landover, Md. The Redskins, and other teams, are reviewing their names. Patrick McDermott/Getty Images hide caption

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The Racial Justice Reckoning Over Sports Team Names Is Spreading

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NBCUniversal Head Explains His 50% Diversity Challenge

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A display at Hello Kitty's Kawaii Paradise in Tokyo. Sanrio's new president and CEO Tomokuni Tsuji will be steering a company that has seen slumping revenues in recent years. Hitoshi Yamada/NurPhoto via Getty Images hide caption

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People gathered outside of a Starbucks coffee shop at Venice Beach in Los Angeles last month. The company's order for all customers to wear masks will take effect on July 15. Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Joe Biden Lays Out His Economic Recovery Plan

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Cameo enlists stars to produce short video messages that are paid for by fans. In these videos Snoop Dogg (left) wishes happy birthday to an 18 year old, Lindsay Lohan (center) offers condolences for a postponed bachelorette party, And Lance Armstrong (right) sends greeting from Nantucket. Cameo/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Cameo Celebrity App: Will Birthday Wishes From Snoop Dogg Mean A Big Investor Payday?

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A package of Fair & Lovely skin-lightening cream at a shop in India. In response to calls for racial justice around the world, the product name is being changed to Glow & Lovely. Amit Dave/Reuters hide caption

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Black Lives Matter Gets Indians Talking About Skin Lightening And Colorism

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The president swiftly responded to the Supreme Court rulings on Twitter saying the legal battle, which has not been put to rest, is "not fair to this Presidency or Administration!" J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Says Trump Not 'Immune' From Records Release, But Hedges On House Case

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President Trump speaks as Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin (right) and Larry Kudlow, director of the National Economic Council, listen during a news briefing on July 2. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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