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"To advise is not to compel."
How couldst thou forget thine own faults and busy thyself with the faults of others? Whoso doeth this is accursed of Me.
COVID model projects U.S. death toll could hit 300,000 by December
Nowhere in the U.S. is there more of a life and death struggle than on the Texas border, where doctors say they are desperate for help and hospital beds.
The Voting Rights Act is 55 years old -- but it still faces challenges
Fifty-five years ago, the Voting Rights Act was signed in to law. CBS News contributor Antjuan Seawright joins CBSN to discuss unprecedented challenges for the voting process amid the coronavirus pandemic.
President Trump takes action on medical supplies during visit to Ohio
President Trump visited the battleground state of Ohio on Thursday, where he signed an executive order on medical supplies. It comes as the U.S. nears 5 million coronavirus cases. Skyler Henry joined CBSN with the latest out of the White House.
Bahá’í World News Service
“Making cities belong to those who work to build them”: Baha’i Chair in India looks at urbanization
Baha’i Chair in India invites economists and academics to examine how new conceptions of human nature can enhance long-term approaches to urban development.
Six Baha’is imprisoned by the Houthis freed in Yemen
BIC calls for the lifting of all charges and safeguarding of the rights of all Baha’is in Yemen.
Agricultural policies key to addressing drivers of migration, says BIC Brussels
The BIC Brussels Office hosts online discussion, exploring links between European agricultural policies and the adverse drivers of migration from and within Africa.