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Jonathan Baird and his wife, Nichole, say they've had to decide between making their car payment and buying food since she lost her job in the pandemic. His mortgage and auto lenders told him he didn't qualify for help. Nichole Baird hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Millions Of Americans Skip Payments As Tidal Wave Of Defaults And Evictions Looms

Hardship programs appear to be helping many people pause payments and survive the economic shutdown so far. But not everybody is getting the help, and advocates see big potential trouble ahead.

The. Rev. Raphael G. Warnock, senior pastor of Atlanta's Ebenezer Baptist Church, speaks at a January 2019 service to remember the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy. Paras Griffin/Getty Images hide caption

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What The Civil Rights Movement Of The '60s Can Teach Atlanta Protesters Now

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David McAtee is remembered as a "community pillar" and the owner of Yaya's BBQ in Louisville. He was killed Monday when police and National Guard shot him at his business while dispersing protesters. Walt & Shae Smith hide caption

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The Louisville Community Who Loved David McAtee Has Questions About His Death

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Hand washing stations now share the casino floor with slot machines at the Bellagio. It's part of a move to ramp up hygiene protocols ahead of the establishment's reopening on June 4. David Fuchs/KUER hide caption

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As Casinos Reopen In Las Vegas, Stakes Are High And Union Calls For Transparency

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Jonathan Baird and his wife, Nichole, say they've had to decide between making their car payment and buying food since she lost her job in the pandemic. His mortgage and auto lenders told him he didn't qualify for help. Nichole Baird hide caption

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Nichole Baird

Millions Of Americans Skip Payments As Tidal Wave Of Defaults And Evictions Looms

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