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Malls were already changing. Because of the pandemic, they may never be the same again. Here's what the mall of the future may look like.

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Things are getting serious in Belarus. Protests against Lukashenko’s apparent rigging of the election across the country. Riot police using tear gas and stun grenades. A police wagon just drove into a crowd of protesters in Minsk. video from indispensable @tutby 

Six French citizens and their local guide and driver were killed Sunday by gunmen riding motorcycles in an area of southwestern Niger home to the last West African giraffes, officials said

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Sen. Schumer: "It's not a stalemate in Congress -- It's that our Republican friends refuse to meet in the middle."

Sen. Schumer: "I am urging the president and my Republican colleagues in the Senate to sit down and meet with us."

MICHAEL BROWN SHOULD STILL BE ALIVE TODAY.

Wild video of ongoing clashes in Belarus between protesters and riot police.

Trump said Joe Biden will ‘hurt God’ if elected

'Lebanon's future is at stake,' said French President Emmanuel Macron as he appealed to world leaders to support Beirut during an emergency donors conference

"He doesn't really understand much beyond his talking points," political scientist Christina Greer says about President Trump's recent news conferences. "He fundamentally doesn't understand the difference between a bill, an executive order or memo."

ProPublica found at least 15 large companies that received over half a billion dollars in PPP loans using the same technique: Getting multiple loans sent to smaller entities they own.

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