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(CNN)Everything is terrible and nothing is OK. If you're feeling depressed and maxed out too, trust that you are far from alone. Jill Filipovic -- A global pandemic has killed more than a million people, including more than 220,000 Americans, and is swelling into what public health officials warn will be a brutal second wave. -- The Trump administration failed to manage the virus the first time around and seems to have no plan to make this second go any better. -- A Democratic relief bill has been sitting for months, but Senate Republicans -- led by Mitch McConnell -- can spend the few days before a national election rushing through the confirmation of a far-right Supreme Court justice who...
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