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California Sen. Kamala Harris, left, and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer are two potential running mates for presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden, a former vice president himself.

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The former vice president says he'll pick a woman. California Sen. Kamala Harris, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and Nevada Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto are on the list of potential candidates.

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About a third of the state's counties have been certified to begin Expanded Stage 2 of California's four-stage process, which allows more types of businesses to reopen.

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Before COVID-19 engulfed the Chinese city of Wuhan, Fang Fang was already an award-winning novelist. But her chronicle of the lockdown of her hometown might be her most lasting work.

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The Glynn County Police Department was the initial investigative agency in Ahmaud Arbery's killing. The department had a tangled history of corruption and scandals long before the Arbery case.

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"Not everybody wants their loved one to be in cyberspace for the rest of eternity and for their last minute on Earth to be public," Chief Art Acevedo said.

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According to the ruling, the orders were "unlawful, invalid, and unenforceable" and any future statewide restrictions will need to be approved by the Wisconsin legislature.

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Judge Emmet Sullivan has also asked retired Judge John Gleeson to address whether Flynn should face a contempt hearing for perjury.

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President Trump once again broke with Dr. Fauci's assessment of the coronavirus pandemic, saying the doctor's observation that reopening too soon would lead to death was "not an acceptable answer."

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