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  • How Biden’s new justice will affect the Supreme Court

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  • Why this American teenager is competing for China at the Beijing Olympics in 2022

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  • Chiefs fans celebrate AFC win with generous donations to Children’s Hospital

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  • Rabbi Sy Dresner, civil rights activist and MLK Jr. ally, dies at 92

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Ken Kragen was not only the manager of Lionel Richie, Kenny Rogers and many other stars, but he was one of the driving forces behind the hit ‘We Are the World’ which generated tens of millions of dollars to wrestle against famine in Africa. He then created “Hands Across America”, a campaign that resulted in nearly five million people holding hands across the country to raise awareness of the issues of hunger in the United States. Sunday TODAY’s Willie Geist recalls a life well lived.

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