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Beverly Johnson and Tina Knowles-Lawson on race in America (Full Stream 8/4)
As the national conversation about race continues, Washington Post Live brings together two American style icons to talk about inequality and exploitation in fashion, music and American society at
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For this Black mom in Portland, every day is a protest
Born and raised in Oregon, Teal Lindseth has struggled against racism her whole life. But it wasn’t until George Floyd’s killing that she found her voice as an activist.
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Opinion | Eviction in a pandemic: Experts warn of unprecedented crisis without federal relief
Without federal intervention, housing experts and advocates warn of an unprecedented wave of evictions in the coming months, and one far more devastating than the round that came after the 2008
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Whip Clyburn on the push to pass the John R. Lewis voting rights act of 2020
House Majority Whip James E. Clyburn (D-S.C.) vowed to do whatever he can to urge Congress to restore the voting rights act to honor his longtime friend Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.).
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Firefighters work to contain Apple Fire in California
Thousands in Riverside County, Calif. have been evacuated as the Apple Fire continues to spread. As of August 3, only 5% of the fires have been contained. Read more: wapo.st/31fiEJR.
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Tropical Storm Isaias expected to flood D.C. region with up to six inches of rain
Tropical Storm Isaias is expected to bring significant rainfall to parts of Washington, Maryland and Virginia Aug. 3 and Aug. 4 as it travels up the East Coast. Damaging winds are also possible.
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Delta CEO Ed Bastian on covid-19 pandemic and the airline industry (Full Stream 8/3)
With more than 80 percent of travel at a near standstill, airlines are adapting to a new reality.
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What a lost school year means for children with disabilities
The prospect of a lost school year is daunting for all parents, but it is especially wrenching for families of children with special needs.
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How covid-19 attacks the lungs
Ajeet Vinayak of Georgetown University Hospital breaks down how the covid-19 virus attacks the lungs of patients, leaving possible long lasting damage. Read more: wapo.st/2PnQXc8.
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From Space to the Gulf of Mexico: Watch SpaceX’s capsule make a historic splashdown
Astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken splashed down off the coast of Pensacola, Fla., on Aug. 2, completing the first manned mission of NASA’s commercial crew program.
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SpaceX Crew Dragon Returns to Earth - 8/2 (FULL LIVE STREAM)
SpaceX's Crew Dragon is scheduled to return from the International Space Station on August 2 with NASA astronauts Doug Hurley and Bob Behnken on board.
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Politicians still at odds days after enhanced unemployment benefits dried up
Lawmakers on Aug. 2 did not point to an imminent agreement on a new coronavirus stimulus package, days after enhanced unemployment benefits expired for millions of Americans.
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SpaceX's Crew Dragon astronauts prepare for return
SpaceX's Crew Dragon is scheduled to return from the International Space Station on Aug. 2 with NASA astronauts on board. Read more: wapo.st/3k0pkEj.
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Mnuchin, Schumer say stimulus talks were 'productive,' but still no deal
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and Democratic leader Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) said Aug.
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Why is Trump trying to delay the election? | The 2020 Fix
The Fix’s Amber Phillips breaks down how President Trump’s rhetoric about voting has gotten more extreme as he has sunk in the polls. Read more: wapo.st/315cXOt.
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How Hurricane Isaias is likely to affect the East Coast
The Post's Matthew Cappucci explains what East Coast states can expect as they brace for Hurricane Isaias, the storm drenched the Bahamas on July 31.
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Cellist Yo-Yo Ma uses music to touch people, even through a screen
Despite not being able to be on stage in front of people, classical musician Yo-Yo Ma plays music virtually to foster community. He played his cello for Geoff Edgers on Instagram Live on July 31.
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Trump White House tells Democrats to 'get serious' about stimulus negotiations
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows and and press secretary Kayleigh McEnany spoke to reporters July 31 about legislative negotiations for a new stimulus package aimed at extending unemployment
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Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christies on covid-19 and the 2020 election (Full Stream 7/31)
As the Republican chief executive of a deep blue state and a U.S. presidential hopeful Chris Christie is no stranger to navigating partisan politics.
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On the front lines of the fight against covid-19 in Orange County, Calif.'s hardest hit city
The covid-19 death rate in Santa Ana, Calif. is more than double that of Orange County. Here, Latinos make up almost 80 percent of the population. Read more: wapo.st/3gk8Epc.
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Late-night hosts react to Trump's tweet on delaying the election
President Trump on July 30 proposed a delay to the 2020 presidential election. Late-night hosts had a lot to say. Read more: wapo.st/315cXOt.
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Trump suggests election may be rigged when asked about delaying it
President Trump on July 30 said he did not want to wait “three months” for election results while suggesting widespread mail-in voting would rig the 2020 election.
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Barack Obama's full eulogy at John Lewis's funeral
Former president Barack Obama memorialized Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) at his funeral on July 30 in Atlanta. Read more: wapo.st/3ggYcyx.
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Civil rights icon John Lewis eulogized by Obama, Clinton, Pelosi, King
Past presidents, lawmakers, friends and family gathered at Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church on July 30 to honor Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.). Read more: wapo.st/3hPuotg.
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Opinion | White people have a racial identity. Here's how to talk about it.
Nell Irvin Painter, author of "The History of White People," explains how the language of whiteness — and its meaning — has evolved. Read more: wapo.st/2PcsA14.
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Sen. Tammy Duckworth on coronavirus pandemic and the upcoming election (Full Stream 7/30)
An Iraq War veteran, Purple Heart recipient and the current junior senator from Illinois, Sen. Tammy Duckworth (D) is also on Joe Biden’s purported vice-presidential short list.
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Rep. John Lewis’s funeral at Atlanta’s Ebenezer Baptist Church (FULL LIVE STREAM)
Rep. John Lewis’s funeral will be held July 30 at Atlanta’s historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, which the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. once led.
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Portland protesters vow to stay on the streets as federal agents prepare to pull back
There were more clashes and tear gas in Portland on July 29, even after Oregon’s governor and the Trump administration announced an agreement aimed at de-escalating tensions outside the federal
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Obama calls for ending Senate filibuster to expand voting rights
At the funeral for former Rep. John Lewis (D-Ga.) on July 30, former president Barack Obama called for eliminating the Senate filibuster if needed to expand voting rights.
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