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Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., at a campaign rally for President Donald Trump in Charlotte, N.C in March, shortly before the coronavirus led to a suspension of in-person campaigning. Mike McCarn/AP hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Virus Outbreak Poses Political Challenge For Republican In Key Senate Race

Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., is seeking reelection and has allied himself with Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper to support the state's stay-at-home order even as many Republicans want to see the state reopen.

Mayor Nan Whaley says Dayton, Ohio, hasn't seen any federal coronavirus relief funding, and the city has been forced to make critical cuts to public services. Daniel Sewell/AP hide caption

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Without Federal Funding, Ohio Mayor Faces 'Very Painful' Cuts To Services

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Dorothea Lange, Migratory Cotton Picker, Eloy, Arizona (1940). During many of Lange's portraits she would talk for a while with her subjects, recording their speech patterns and getting to know their perspectives on life. Dorothea Lange/Courtesy of the Museum of Modern Art, New York hide caption

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'A Community Of Desperation' Finding Sympathy And Solidarity In Dorothea Lange

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A spike in texts and calls to crisis hotlines reflects Americans' growing anxiety about the coronavirus and its impact on their lives. Richard Bailey/Getty Images hide caption

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Flood Of Calls And Texts To Crisis Hotlines Reflects Americans' Rising Anxiety

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Sen. Thom Tillis, R-N.C., at a campaign rally for President Donald Trump in Charlotte, N.C in March, shortly before the coronavirus led to a suspension of in-person campaigning. Mike McCarn/AP hide caption

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Virus Outbreak Poses Political Challenge For Republican In Key Senate Race

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NPR's series The Formula features five acclaimed hip-hop producers breaking down how they use sampling to create new classics. NPR hide caption

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Sampling Ain't Dead: Hip-Hop Producers Break Down The Formula

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