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The Coronavirus Crisis

AP Exams Are Still On Amid Coronavirus, Raising Questions About Fairness

Most standardized tests, like the SAT and ACT, are on hold this spring. But Advanced Placement exams are going forward with a new online format.

Willy Solis, who delivers groceries for the app Shipt in Denton, Texas, says the coronavirus pandemic has elevated the voices of workers like him, who are risking their lives to do essential jobs. Courtesy of Willy Solis hide caption

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More Essential Than Ever, Low-Wage Workers Demand More

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Homeland has come to an end after eight seasons. Claire Danes starred as CIA officer Carrie Mathison and Mandy Patinkin played her boss, Saul Berenson. Sifeddine Elamine/SHOWTIME hide caption

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Who'd Have Thought We'd Be Watching The 'Homeland' Finale To 'De-Stress'?

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