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Homelessness among Latino residents has spiked in San Francisco

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Tenants caught up in a California fraud probe are told to return rent-relief payments

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With a COVID program ending, some 6,000 people living in motels need to move

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Oakland Parents Say The Pandemic Helped To Get Learning Concerns Addressed

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The Glass Fire destroyed four tiny homes at Los Guilicos Village and damaged another two. Chris Grabill/Courtesy Chris Grabill hide caption

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Homeless Fire Evacuees In California Face Further Displacement

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Criminologist Joseph Richardson is skeptical that the federal government alone can solve the data problem for police shootings. "There has to be a more pioneering, innovative approach to doing it," he says. Spotmatik/iStockphoto hide caption

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A mother watches a video taken of herself playing with her daughter while at Bellevue Hospital in New York for a checkup. Brenda Woodford provides coaching on parenting skills. Courtesy of Children of Bellevue Archives hide caption

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When Mary asked Helen what she wants for Christmas, Helen said: "All I ask is to be in good spirits and in good health so I can come and show myself off when we have the party." Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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When Mom Has Alzheimer's, A Stranger Comes For Christmas

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After protests on Mizzou's campus became national news, the community is trying to figure out how to move forward. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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"You just want to be heard." — Aliyah Sulaiman

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Ken Griffiths of Merion Cricket Club bowls to Richard O'Brien of Philadelphia Cricket Club, as Andrew Owens umpires. P. Clarke Thomas/P. Clarke Thomas hide caption

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Bowling For A Comeback: Cricket Makes Its Bid For The Big Time

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Before their performance, three members of the Amazonas Del Dorado watch the men's roping and riding competitions. Vanessa Rancano/NPR hide caption

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With Sombreros And Sidesaddles, Virginia Women Renew A Mexican Tradition

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With Sombreros And Sidesaddles, Virginia Women Renew A Mexican Tradition

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