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Joe Biden will announce later Tuesday that he will back the impeachment of President Trump if the White House refuses to comply with requests for information from Congress.

The state of play, according to Biden's campaign: The former vice president will argue that Trump's latest scandal involving his phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky lands on top of his other alleged abuses of power while in office, heightening the need for impeachment. He'll focus his case on the fact that the administration should comply with all outstanding requests for information from Congress — not just on Ukraine.

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The existential threat to small business

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The coronavirus pandemic has changed the game for U.S. businesses, pushing forward years-long shifts in workplaces, technology and buying habits and forcing small businesses to fight just to survive.

Why it matters: These changes are providing an almost insurmountable advantage to big companies, which are positioned to come out of the recession stronger and with greater market share than ever.

Students say they'll sacrifice fun if they can return to campus

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College students overwhelmingly plan to return to campus this fall if their schools are open — and they claim they'll sit out the fun even if it's available, according to a new College Reaction/Axios poll.

Why it matters: For many, even an experience devoid of the trappings of college life is still a lot better than the alternative.

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Florida's coronavirus outbreak is getting worse

Reproduced from The COVID Tracking Project; Chart: Axios Visuals

Florida is the new domestic epicenter of the coronavirus pandemic, and it's on track to keep getting worse.

By the numbers: Of the 20 U.S. metro areas with the highest daily case growth, nine are in Florida, according to Nephron Research.