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In this Aug. 28, 2020, file photo, protesters and activists carrying portraits of George Floyd attend the 'Commitment March: Get Your Knee Off Our Necks' march at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC.

George Floyd's brothers on the fight for justice, remembering him on Thanksgiving

"He liked to eat. So I’m gonna celebrate him," said Terrence Floyd.
November 26
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VIDEO:  COVID-19 vaccines within reach as all 50 states see cases rising ahead of holidays

COVID-19 vaccines within reach as all 50 states see cases rising ahead of holidays

Vaccine makers have seen promising results from their clinical trials, but many are skeptical about their safety. ABC News speaks to a trial participant and the army general overseeing distribution.
November 25
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VIDEO:  As Mike Tyson returns to the ring, a look back at his tumultuous past

As Mike Tyson returns to the ring, a look back at his tumultuous past

The former undisputed world heavyweight champion is set to return for an exhibition match against former champion Roy Jones Jr. "Nightline" co-anchor Byron Pitts catches up with Tyson about life.
November 25
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VIDEO:  What we know about Breonna Taylor’s death in police shooting: Part 1

What we know about Breonna Taylor’s death in police shooting: Part 1

Taylor was in bed when police arrived at her door as part of an investigation into Taylor’s ex-boyfriend. In the next crucial moments, Taylor was killed and Sgt. Jon Mattingly was shot in the leg.
November 21
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VIDEO:  Nation erupts in demand for justice in Breonna Taylor’s case: Part 2

Nation erupts in demand for justice in Breonna Taylor’s case: Part 2

A Kentucky grand jury only charged one former officer with first-degree wanton endangerment of Taylor’s neighbor. No one was charged for Taylor’s death.
November 21
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VIDEO:  As COVID-19 deaths surpass 250,000, rural towns emerge as areas most affected

As COVID-19 deaths surpass 250,000, rural towns emerge as areas most affected

The 100 counties with the most COVID-19 deaths per capita are rural, poorer and have fewer health resources. ABC News goes to Georgia, where families are grieving and hospitals are overrun.
November 20
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VIDEO:  Families fighting to feed children as coronavirus pandemic continues to impact jobs

Families fighting to feed children as coronavirus pandemic continues to impact jobs

There have been long lines at food banks around Washington, D.C., for months. ABC News meets families struggling to keep food on their tables at the Capital Area Food Bank.
November 20

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