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Former contestants on the CBS reality shows. Survivors say their time on that show was plagued by racism. I'm Steve Inskeep, and I'm no well King coming up. NPR TV critic Eric Deggans talks to Survivor alums Thinking about Corona virus is overwhelming, Dr Anthony 1000 said yesterday We could see 100,000 cases a day in the U. S. It's helpful to understand what's happening in your own community and P. R. Has a new tool to help you do that? It's Wednesday, July 1st singer rapper and See Missy Elliott is 49 in the news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Dave Mattingly, vice president. Pence is heading to Arizona today. NPR's Windsor, Johnston says the trip comes amid a surgeon new Corona virus infections in that state. Pencil travel to Phoenix with White House Corona Virus Task force coordinator Dr Deborah Burkes. The two will meet with Arizona Governor Doug Ducey to discuss the spike in new infections and hospitalizations. Speaking ahead of today's trip, Pence said the government is working closely with states reporting an increase in cases to all of the American people. I say on behalf of the president of the United States in the White House growing virus task force that because of all that we've done over the last four months, we're ready. We're in a much better place than we were four months ago or even two months ago. Arizona is one of nearly three dozen states reporting a spike in the number of new Corona virus infections as they continue to reopen. Windsor Johnston. NPR News Colorado's former governor, John Hickenlooper, is the winner of the state's Democratic Senate primary. He will face Republican Senator Cory Gardner, who's up for re election in November. In Kentucky Democrat Amy McGrath will challenge Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell in November. McGrath won the state's Democratic Senate primary yesterday. McGrath is a former U. S Marine fighter pilot who ran for Congress two years ago. Voters in Oklahoma are the latest to approve an expansion of Medicaid. It comes a decade after passage of the affordable Care Act as Logan Laden with member station KGO you reports, Oklahoma will join 34 other states and the Nations capital and expanding the health care program for low income adults. An estimated 200,000 Oklahomans will be eligible for health care coverage through Medicaid after voters approved to ST Question 802 Yes. Ah, NATO to campaign manager Amber England said. The voice of the people prevailed. Oklahoma's had

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