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An Arizona Voter Answers The Question: What Keeps You Up At Night?

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Ariz. Churchgoers On What Keeps Them Up At Night

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Dr. Chris Hoover (left) and Dr. Connie Liu (right) walk through their home with their children Taro, 3, and Hiro, 4 months, in Gallup, N.M. On a short reporting trip across the Southwest, NPR met very different families and asked them the same simple question: What's been keeping you up at night? Adria Malcolm for NPR hide caption

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It's Been A Hard Year. 5 Families On How 2020 Will Shape Their Vote For President

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Single Mom On Navajo Nation Describes How Her Worries Will Shape Her Vote

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Southwest Voters Answer The Question: What Keeps You Up At Night?

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We Ask Voters In The Southwest: What Keeps You Up At Night?

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A mural memorializes George Floyd is his hometown of Houston, where he was known as Big Floyd, and part of the city's hugely influential Screwed Up Click rap collective. Mark Felix/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Houston's Hip-Hop Scene Remembers George Floyd

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George Floyd: Friends And Family Remember His Life And Legacy

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LA Protests Over George Floyd's Death May Interfere With Businesses Reopening

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A medical worker transports a patient at Mount Sinai on Wednesday in New York, during a week that saw a record number of coronavirus deaths. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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'Mourning In Isolation': Chaplain Tries To Comfort Families Of COVID-19 Patients

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John Turturro plays Rabbi Lionel Bengelsdorf in The Plot Against America, a limited HBO series based on Philip Roth's 2004 novel. "Every one of the characters struggles with that question of: Where do you stand in an America that is transforming itself into something less than a republic?" says series co-creator David Simon. Michele K. Short/HBO hide caption

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In 'Plot Against America,' David Simon Finds Present Day In An Imagined Past

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Volodymyr Zelenskiy enters a hall in Kyiv on March 6 to take part in the taping of the television series Servant of the People. His role on the show was as a fictional president of Ukraine. Sergei Supinsky/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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How Ukraine's President Wound Up In The Middle Of The Trump Impeachment Inquiry

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In The Spy, based on the true story of Israeli agent Eli Cohen, comic actor Sacha Baron Cohen takes on a serious role, playing the title character. David Lukacs/Netflix hide caption

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Sacha Baron Cohen Goes Undercover Again — But Not For Laughs

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Cancer patients receive chemotherapy treatment at Roshana Cancer Center, a private clinic in western Tehran. Marjan Yazdi for NPR hide caption

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Iran Under Sanctions: A Scramble For Cancer Care And Blame To Go Around

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