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Kamala Harris named Joe Biden’s vice presidential running mate

The historic decision propelled Harris, 55, back onto the national stage after a disappointing end to her own run for the White House, which peaked with a shot at the man she now joins at the top of the Democratic ticket. The pair made their first appearance Wednesday, campaigning together in Delaware. Our news organization’s editorial board’s take: Selecting the Bay Area native breaks racial barriers and adds a tough debater and social justice advocate to the party’s 2020 ticket.

Russia clears coronavirus vaccine; Putin says his daughter got it

Russian President on Tuesday announced that the country had cleared a coronavirus vaccine and said that one of his daughters had already been inoculated with the new treatment. Scientists there and abroad expressed skepticism over the rushed treatment, which the country is touting before so-called Phase 3 trials that last for months and involve thousands of people.

Pac-12 football shuts down: Coronavirus forces first canceled fall season in more than 100 years

“Pac-12 football overcame two World Wars, one Great Depression, the Spanish Flu, California earthquakes and a slew of other epic societal events. But it couldn’t beat coronavirus. … The SEC, ACC and Big 12 are, at least for the moment, planning to move forward along the daunting road to the regular season.”

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