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    A man affiliated with a right-wing group was shot and killed on Saturday in Portland, Ore., where supporters of President Trump traveled in a caravan through the downtown area and clashed with protesters.
    CreditMason Trinca for The New York Times

    Portland Shooting Amplifies Tensions in Presidential Race

    A fatal shooting after clashes in Portland came on the heels of the shooting deaths of two people during confrontations in Kenosha, Wis., earlier in the week.

    By Mike BakerThomas Kaplan and

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    Big Oil Is in Trouble. Its Plan: Flood Africa With Plastic.

    Faced with plunging profits and a climate crisis that threatens fossil fuels, the industry is demanding a trade deal that weakens Kenya’s rules on plastics and on imports of American trash.

    By Hiroko TabuchiMichael Corkery and

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      At Sollis, a boutique medical firm where an annual individual membership can cost up to $5,000, patients can get coronavirus test results in 24 to 48 hours. 
      CreditChang W. Lee/The New York Times

      A Quick Virus Test? Sure, If You Can Afford It

      Standard tests in New York City can take days. Wealthier people are turning to concierge services and small laboratories to get results in as little as 24 hours.

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