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How Federal Disaster Money Favors The Rich

The federal government spends billions of dollars each year helping communities rebuild after disasters and to prevent future damage. But that money isn't always allocated to those who need it most.

Honduran migrants surrender to the U.S. Border Patrol after crossing a border wall into the United States. According to new federal data, the number of migrants apprehended crossing the border in recent months has surged. Ramon Espinosa/AP hide caption

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Migrant Families Arrive In Busloads As Border Crossings Hit 10-Year High

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Grand Canyon National Park Superintendent Christine Lehnertz, seen in 2017 with then-Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, was recently cleared of allegations of workplace harassment. Felicia Fonseca/AP hide caption

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'Unfounded' Bullying Accusations Sidelined Head Of Grand Canyon For 5 Months

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Lighthouse David Byrne & Brian Eno
NOTHIN LIKE U (INSTRUMENTAL) KAYTRANADA
Down To Earth Flight Facilities
Darkest One The Tragically Hip
Sister of Pearl Baio

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How Federal Disaster Money Favors The Rich

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Lux Prima Karen O & Danger Mouse
Miss You Trentemoller

Jason Salfi, left, and Dr. David Erickson, right, of Dimensional Energy, are finalists in the Carbon XPRIZE. They stand in front of the Dry Fork Station coal-fired power plant in Gillette, Wyo., where the competition is located. Cooper McKim/Wyoming Public Radio hide caption

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In Wyoming, A Contest To Capture Carbon And Save Coal

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The Claypool Lennon Delirium Balances A Classic Sound With Light Madness

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Coming To A City Near You, 5G. Fastest Wireless Yet Will Bring New Services

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Arata Isozaki, Whose Hybrid Style Forged 'New Paths,' Wins Pritzker Prize

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Alzheimer's Screenings Often Left Out Of Seniors' Wellness Exams

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