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Tuberville to face Jones in Alabama Senate race

Former college football coach Tommy Tuberville defeated former Senator and Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the Alabama Republican Senate primary. Tuberville goes on to challenge Democratic Senator Doug Jones. (July 15)        

Without restaurant jobs, what happens to artists?

Some in the art and music industry worry that the lack of restaurant jobs is putting a strain on New York's creative class. (July 14)        

Racing for a Remedy: Virus Animation

Animation of the profile of the COVID-19 Virus (July 15)        

Today in History for July 15th

Highlights of this day in history: President Richard Nixon announces his breakthrough trip to China; Fashion designer Gianni Versace slain; Aerospace giant Boeing founded; Dutch painter Rembrandt born. (July 15)        

Trump rescinds rule on foreign college students

International students at U.S. universities expressed relief after the Trump administration rescinded a rule that would have required them to transfer or leave the country if their schools held classes entirely online because of COVID-19. (July 14)        

Confrontations over face masks and the psychology behind why some people resist them

Several videos on social media show customers refusing to wear a face mask, often leading to violent confrontations.        

99 years after Tulsa race massacre, the search for a mass grave is underway

As of Tuesday, no remains had yet been found with several days remaining in the project.        

Kansas Congressman Steve Watkins charged with felonies in voter registration case

The charges are linked to the 2019 municipal election, in which Watkins voted but was not a candidate, according to authorities.        

In CA: Some GOP elected officials accuse Newsom of issuing 'confusing orders' and don't appreciate being sidelined

The state sets tiers for who gets priority when it comes to COVID-19 testing. And all this authority-ing by Gov. Gavin Newsom isn't sitting well with some Republican elected officials, who say shutting things down isn't working. Plus: More on that L.A.-based moldy jam.        

Michael B. Jordan on protesting, creating drive-ins with diverse films

Michael B. Jordan on protesting, creating drive-ins with diverse films        

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