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Trader Michael Milano (right) on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, a day when all the major U.S. stock indexes saw sharp drops. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Another Rout In The Stock Market, As Dow Drops More Than 1,000 Points

Wall Street's roller coaster continued Thursday, with all the major stock indexes posting drops of about 4 percent amid inflation concerns. The market has now tumbled 10 percent from its recent peak.

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TSOP (The Sound of Philadelphia) MFSB & The Three Degrees
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Sanura Begum stands with her son, Abdur Sobor, outside her plastic and bamboo shelter in the Kutupalong refugee camp in Bangladesh. One of the things she misses most about Myanmar is her family's wooden house. Allison Joyce for NPR hide caption

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A Young Rohingya Mom: Pregnant, Stateless, Living In Limbo

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When I Was on Horseback The Memory Band
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Janie Glenn (second from left) is assisted by friends as the coffin of her son, William Barrett, is carried into an Atlanta church on May 16, 1981. Barrett was the 27th young person killed in the Atlanta murders. Garry Gardiner/AP hide caption

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'Atlanta Monster' Podcast Hopes To 'Close The Door' On 1970s Child Murders

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'Half A Million Children' Are At Risk If The U.S. Cuts Palestinian Aid: U.N. Agency

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Another Rout In The Stock Market, As Dow Drops More Than 1,000 Points

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Run Devil Run Jenny Lewis
Samurai Nomade Orquestra
Rebirth of Cool DJ Cam Quartet
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Illinois congressional candidate and avowed white supremacist Arthur Jones is unlikely to have any competition on the Republican ballot in November. The state GOP has denounced him and his candidacy but says it had no way to keep him off. Arthur Jones hide caption

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A White Supremacist May Be The Only Republican Running For A Seat in Congress

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Mami Gato Medeski, Martin & Wood
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