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A three-pronged effort, unveiled Friday includes tasking the Office of the Director of National Intelligence with leading a "comprehensive threat assessment" to help shape policies. The FBI and Department of Homeland Security will consult on the work.

Florida now requires proof of residency for those interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccine as desperate people are crossing state lines to get the shots.

President Biden's coronavirus plan will take time, experts say. Meanwhile, states are running out of vaccine. Latest COVID-19 news.

In addition to spreading faster, "(the coronavirus variant) may be associated with a higher degree of mortality," British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said.

Brokaw, 80, holds the distinction of being the only person to helm all of NBC News' three signature shows: "Today," "NBC Nightly News" and "Meet the Press." He plans to spend time with his family and says he'll remain active as a journalist and author.

"(Hank Aaron) may be forever remembered as the man who broke (Babe) Ruth’s record, but anyone who ever was blessed to know him, or even speak to him, understand that he epitomized excellence and class," @BNightengale  writes for @usatodaysports .

Much of the live sports content will move to USA Network, while more niche events could shift to streaming service Peacock or be forced to find a whole new home. The biggest question could be what happens with NHL broadcasting rights after this season.

Larry King, one of TV’s most well-known talk-show hosts, has died. He was 87.


Who won the vice presidential debate? #VPdebate 

@BTS_twt  spoke to us about their upcoming single, sung fully in English (a first for the K-pop group!), the challenges they faced and what they've got in store for the rest of the year. #BTS_Dynamite 

#BREAKING Mattis freezes transgender policy; allows troops to continue serving, pending study

A security expert says intelligence reports indicate most of the hard-core protesters in Minneapolis are far-left or anarchists, and that far-right groups have not yet made a significant appearance.

Editor-in-chief @nicole_carroll  on pulling the livestream of President Donald Trump's remarks tonight.

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Exclusive: 2020 Tokyo Olympics will be postponed, likely to 2021, veteran IOC member Dick Pound says

Though they may not have gotten a Grammy nomination, @BTS_twt  stays winning.