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Vehicles sit in a near empty parking lot outside the Tyson Foods plant in Waterloo, Iowa, on May 1. Charlie Neibergall/AP hide caption

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Tyson's Largest Pork Plant Reopens As Tests Show Surge In Coronavirus Cases

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Rocio Tirado, who works for a New Orleans area newspaper, has seen her pay drop during the pandemic. She asked her sons Nicholas (left) and Emilio to be less wasteful. Rocio Tirado hide caption

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Scott Severs and his wife, Julie Bartlett, have been able to pay their mortgage and they have a healthy emergency fund. He donated his federal rescue check but acknowledges not everyone can. Courtesy of Scott Severs hide caption

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Andrew Downs, senior regional director for the southern region of the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, stands at the approximate spot where the pipeline would cross underground. Becky Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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Supreme Court Pipeline Fight Could Disrupt How The Appalachian Trail Is Run

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During a funeral procession at Revolution Square in Tehran on Monday, crowds surround the coffins of Iranian Maj. Gen. Qassem Soleimani and others killed in Iraq by a U.S. drone strike. Ebrahim Noroozi/AP hide caption

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Joseph Maguire has been acting director of national intelligence since August — the longest the position has remained unfilled since its 2004 creation, which was prompted by the attacks of Sept. 11. Brendan Smialowski /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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4 Months And Counting, An Acting Intelligence Chief In The Hot Seat

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Shelly and Sam Summers stand with daughter Gabby in front of a makeshift shelter on their rural Bay County property. They opened their backyard to people who were homeless after Hurricane Michael. At the peak, about 50 people lived there. Now, there are 18. "We still have our home," Shelly says. "They have nothing. So if we can at least offer them the comforts of home, it was worth it." William Widmer for NPR hide caption

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Nearly 8 Months After Hurricane Michael, Florida Panhandle Feels Left Behind

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At Lynn's Quality Oysters in Eastpoint, Fla., employees are starting to clean up and take stock of the damage after devastating storm surge hit the area. Becky Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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Goose-stepping soldiers mark the beginning of a massive torchlight parade to commemorate the 1948 founding of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea. David Guttenfelder for NPR hide caption

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Kim Jong Un Says He's Building North Korea's Economy; It's Hard To Assess Progress

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Some North Koreans Puzzled By U.S. Call For Denuclearization

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Stacey Thomas, owner of the Bourbon Bar "The Lexington," says new tariffs on whiskey will hurt her business. "Customers that maybe would have tried bourbon will probably just go for a vodka or a gin or a rum," she says. Christina Cala/NPR hide caption

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The Golden Knights' mascot takes up his sword before Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Final on Monday. Vegas would go on to win that game against the Washington Capitals — but not before the mascot fought a sweat-drenched duel with a sad-sack stand-in for the Caps. Bruce Bennett/Getty Images hide caption

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Behind That Bonkers Golden Knights Pregame Show: 'We Threw Everything On The Wall'

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(Left) Sean Hahn is a realtor in Phoenix. (Right) Adriana Rodriguez is a former homeowner. Caitlin O'Hara for NPR hide caption

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10 Years After Housing Crisis: A Realtor, A Renter, Starting Over, Staying Put

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