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A normal Wednesday night in NYC: Hundreds of inline skaters hit the streets weekly

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Asylum-seekers who have recently arrived in New York on a bus from Texas wait for ride-share vehicles, organized by a mutual aid group, to take them into the city. Austin Cope/NPR hide caption

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New York City welcomes asylum seekers from Texas but struggles to house them

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Interior Secretary Deb Haaland testifies before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs on Wednesday in Washington, D.C. U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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High water levels in the Lamar River eroding the Northeast Entrance Road. National Park Service hide caption

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Yellowstone-area floods strand visitors and residents, prompt evacuations

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