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Here's the latest for Friday, July 31st; No new deal for coronavirus relief; Hurricane could approach South Florida; More protests in Portland as federal agents prepare to withdraw; Big fire in apartment building near Philadelphia.
 
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LOS ALTOS, CALIFORNIA — An unnamed woman has been filmed making racist remarks toward a post office worker. The video from July 23 was captured in Los Altos and was posted by one of the customers in line. The promptly labeled so-called 'Karen' questioned the unidentified employee's...

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