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Supporters of LGBTQ rights took to the street in a demonstration in front of the U.S. Supreme Court last October. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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'Whiplash' Of LGBTQ Protections And Rights, From Obama To Trump

The Obama and Trump administrations have used their power to shape legal interpretations of "sex discrimination" in very different ways. Here's a rundown on what's changed for LGBTQ rights in the U.S.

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Caramel Brontide

The Archive of Contemporary Music in New York, which houses more than three million recordings dating back to the 1920s, is leaving its longtime Manhattan home due to rising rents. Johannes Eisele/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Archive Of Contemporary Music — And Its 3 Million Recordings — Is Leaving NY

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Me And The Devil Blues Robert Johnson
House Blues / The Porch Dance / The Proposal / The Carnival Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra

Coronavirus fears sent stock markets plummeting last week, but they're also pushing mortgage rates down near historical lows. That's an opportunity for homebuyers and homeowners. Steve Dipaola/Reuters hide caption

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Mortgage Rates Are Near All-Time Lows As Coronavirus Worries Hit Markets

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Chameleon Emancipator & 9 Theory
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Supporters of LGBTQ rights took to the street in a demonstration in front of the U.S. Supreme Court last October. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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'Whiplash' Of LGBTQ Protections And Rights, From Obama To Trump

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Far Away Coast Koresma
The Overlook Koresma

The Supreme Court heard arguments Monday to decide whether Vijayakumar Thuraissigiam can be deported without getting to make his asylum case to a federal judge. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Considers Writing Itself Out Of Speedy Deportation Cases

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Autumn Storm Deceptikon
Narcissus Deceptikon
Where Water Once Was Tommy Guerrero
House Blues / The Porch Dance / The Proposal / The Carnival Hollywood Studio Symphony Orchestra
Savor the Sun The Polish Ambassador
Lately Evenings
Still Young Evenings

On his debut solo album, Red Baraat bandleader Sunny Jain combines spaghetti western soundtracks, hip-hop and Bollywood — and celebrates his late father's migration from India to the United States. Ebru Yildiz/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Sunny Jain's 'Wild Wild East' Is A Western-Inspired Ode To An Immigrant Father

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Maitri Bhavanu
Samaro Mantra Sunny Jain

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