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Trump presses Georgia governor to help overturn election

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President Donald Trump fruitlessly pressed Georgia's governor on Saturday to call a special legislative session aimed at overturning the presidential election results in that state as Trump's fixation with his defeat overshadowed his party's campaign to save its majority in the Senate.
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A medical worker administered a COVID-19 test to a patient Friday afternoon at North Memorial’s drive-up testing site in Robbinsdale.

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Since the virus started infecting Minnesotans in March, the state has reported 345,281 positive cases, 18,059 hospitalizations and 3,920 deaths. The "positivity rate" has been holding relatively steady in the past week, but remains higher than doctors want to see.
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