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  • NBA will not schedule any games on Election Day to encourage voting

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  • Jill Biden tests positive for Covid, experiencing mild symptoms

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  • Academy apologizes to Sacheen Littlefeather nearly 50 years later

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How superstorms, rising sea levels created 'ghost forests' on East Coast

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Rising sea levels and superstorms are creating “ghost forests,” killing trees critical for storing carbon and filtering pollution. NBC News’ Maura Barrett reports on how losing these trees could worsen the effects of climate change.