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The White House said President Trump's brother died on Saturday. Robert Trump was described by a Donald Trump biographer as "the quietest of Trumps."

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Lawmakers worry that changes made by the new postmaster general will make it more difficult for people to vote in the presidential election.

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Veterinarians have found what appear to be fetal tissue during an ultrasound. The zoo says she could give birth in the next couple of days.

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The Trump administration is planning to withdraw William Perry Pendley as its nominee to lead the agency. Pendely has faced criticism for past statements in support of selling off public land.

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Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Friday that the city's cultural institutions will be able to reopen later this month. Less than 1% of COVID-19 tests in the state have been coming back positive.

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Half a dozen top executives at the U.S. Agency for Global Media were ousted this week, the latest in a shake-up that started with the arrival of a conservative filmmaker as the agency's new chief.

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A sweeping plan to rid the country of immigrant-heavy areas officially designated as "ghettos" is being challenged by residents, as Denmark also begins to grapple with broader questions about racism.

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NPR's Scott Simon muses about a choir that had to stop singing because of the pandemic...so now they hum.

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