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The Kentucky Derby was delayed because of the pandemic, now demands are being made that Churchill Downs use this moment to make lasting changes and to take a stand against racial injustice.

Athletic associations in more than 30 states allow high school football to be played during the coronavirus pandemic. Parents, boosters and fans say it's needed. But is playing safe?

Pepe the Frog is one of the most prolific images on the Internet. A new documentary follows the frog's creator, cartoonist Matt Furie, as he fights to regain control over his character.

Speaking to NPR from Lithuania, the challenger to longtime President Alexander Lukashenko says "women understood that they are leaders" in the struggle.

Dr. Scott Atlas is a radiologist from Stanford with some unorthodox ideas about managing the pandemic. The White House says his thinking is just what's needed, but scientists aren't so sure.

Many are worried that Labor Day will be like the Fourth of July and Memorial Day, when travel and celebrations fanned the flames of viral spread, especially across the U.S. South and West.

Michael Reinoehl's death came as VICE News aired an interview in which he said he shot a Patriot Prayer supporter in what he believed was self defense.

There's a lot that scientists don't know about how viral infections can interact. But researchers are eager to figure out how coronavirus infections might affect flu infections and vice versa.

"This is something that the Russian intelligence services have been doing literally for decades, if not longer," says Steven Hall, former CIA chief of Russia operations.

College campuses are traditionally a big venue for voter registration, but during the pandemic, political mobilization efforts are going virtual.




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