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President Trump arrives to speak during a rally at Prescott Regional Airport in Prescott, Ariz., Monday. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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From 'Saving Suburbs' To Raising Hopes On Pandemic, Trump Makes His Closing Pitch

President Trump is racing across swing states in the homestretch of the election, making his closing arguments as he finds himself down in the polls.

From 'Saving Suburbs' To Raising Hopes On Pandemic, Trump Makes His Closing Pitch

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Indiana University's board of trustees voted earlier this month to strip David Starr Jordan's name from a building. Jordan was the university's seventh president and a leader of the eugenics movement. Lauren Bavis/WFYI hide caption

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Universities Rethink Building Names In The Wake Of Racial Justice Protests

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Many U.S. colleges have lecture halls named after respected scientists who also promoted racial theories or practices that are now rejected. And increasingly, their names are being removed.

Assistant Attorney General John C. Demers of the Justice Department's National Security Division, pictured on Oct. 7, has announced new charges against Russians allegedly connected to the Russian military intelligence agency GRU. Jim Watson/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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DOJ Unveils More Sweeping Cyber-Charges Against Russian Intelligence Officers

Prosecutors linked the men with a globe-hopping campaign of sabotage, espionage and election interference. They work for the same spy agency that targeted the U.S. in 2016.

This mosaic image of asteroid Bennu is composed of 12 images collected on Dec. 2, 2018 by the OSIRIS-REx spacecraft from a range of 15 miles. NASA/Goddard/University of Arizona hide caption

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If This NASA Spacecraft Can Avoid 'Mount Doom,' It Might Nab A Bit Of Asteroid

NASA is getting ready to collect its first sample from an asteroid ever. The rocks and dust could help us understand potentially dangerous space rocks and the history of the solar system.

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Look Inward To Make External Change: Advice From A Meditation Teacher

When the world feels upside-down, it might seem counterintuitive to turn inward to create change. But that's exactly what meditation teacher Sharon Salzberg says we should do.

Look Inward To Make External Change: Advice From A Meditation Teacher

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Channing Dungey was named the next chairman of Warner Bros. Television Group. She previously served in executive roles at ABC and Netflix. She is seen here at the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit 2018. Phillip Faraone/Getty Images for Fortune hide caption

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Channing Dungey Named Chairman Of Warner Bros. Television Group

Dungey previously held executive roles at ABC and Netflix. She is set to take over in early 2021 replacing Peter Roth who ran the television division for two decades.

Passengers enter a checkpoint at O'Hare International Airport on Monday. The TSA reports it screened over 1 million passengers on Sunday, the highest number since the coronavirus crisis began. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Air Travel High: TSA Screens 1 Million Passengers For 1st Time Since March

The agency screened more than one million travelers at airport security checkpoints Sunday, the most since the start of the pandemic. But the modest air travel increase may be short-lived.

A second excavation is planned in Tulsa, Okla., this week to unearth potential unmarked mass graves from a race massacre in 1921. In July, researchers began excavation at Oaklawn Cemetery, shown here. They found no evidence of human remains at that particular excavation site. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Tulsa Searches For Victims Of 1921 Race Massacre At New Site

As many as 300 Black residents were killed during the Tulsa race massacre. Researchers conducted another excavation in July but found no evidence of human remains at the first site.

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Breaking Down The Economic Impact Of The 2020 Census

The coronavirus pandemic, distrust of the government and heated political battles have made this year's count an especially difficult process.

Economic Consequences Of The Census

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Mental health advocates say 988, a simple 3-digit number, will be easier for people to remember in the midst of a mental health emergency. T2 Images/Getty Images/Cultura RF hide caption

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New Law Creates 988 Hotline For Mental Health Emergencies

President Trump has signed a bipartisan bill creating a 3-digit hotline for mental health emergencies. Advocates say it will bring mental health crisis response into the 21st century.

New Law Creates 988 Hotline For Mental Health Emergencies

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Clockwise from upper left: The Weather Station, Mary Lattimore, MILCK, Kacy & Clayton And Marlon Williams, Steady Holiday Courtesy of the artists hide caption

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New Mix: MILCK, The Weather Station, Mary Lattimore, More

All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen shares his favorite new tracks of the week, including a powerful anthem for racial justice from MILCK, Debussy's "Clair de Lune" played on a theremin and more.

New Mix: MILCK, The Weather Station, Mary Lattimore, More

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