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New coronavirus infections topped 15,000 in Florida on Saturday, the largest one-day rise in any state since the start of the pandemic, while more than half of U.S. states were reporting steady increases in new cases.
Graham said he would call Mueller to testify about the Russia probe a day after the ex-special counsel defended his inquiry and the related conviction of Trump adviser Stone in print.
The Supreme Court's latest term bore the imprint of Chief Justice Roberts, who has been adept at building shifting coalitions.
Law-enforcement officials in several large U.S. cities are wrestling with a sharp rise in violent crime, with some locales set to have their most violent summers in years.
Education Secretary DeVos spoke on air in support of the administration's view that children need to return to school in the fall.
Iran and China are seeking to cement a wide-ranging partnership that would deflect U.S. economic pressure and ease Tehran's global isolation.
Hundreds of thousands of people voted in primaries held by Hong Kong's pro-democracy camp.
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