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Long-time partners Ann Willoughby, left, and Barb Goldstein, from Durham, North Carolina, leave the Durham County Register of Deeds office in downtown Durham on Wednesday, May 9, 2012, comforting each other after being denied a marriage license. Harry Lynch/Raleigh News & Observer/Tribune News Service via Getty Images hide caption

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5 Years After Same-Sex Marriage Decision, Equality Fight Continues

Since the legalization of same-sex marriage in all 50 states, the LGBTQ rights movement has expanded its vision. This year's celebration comes after another big Supreme Court decision last week.

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Still D.R.E. Dr. Dre & Snoop Dogg

Workers wait for their ride outside On Target, a temp agency in New Brunswick, on a Monday morning in June. Karen Yi/Karen Yi hide caption

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Immigrant Warehouse Workers Are Crammed In Vans Despite Virus Danger

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In the Shadow of the Colossi Doug Kaufman
Oh Devil Electric Guest

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., attends a press conference Friday on Capitol Hill. Pelosi told NPR that she agreed with Joe Biden that mask usage should be mandated on the federal level. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images hide caption

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Nancy Pelosi Calls Trump 'Cowardly' For Not Wearing Mask, Supports Federal Mandate

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The Fall Rhye

For decades, D.C. license plates have bemoaned the district's lack of representation. There are renewed efforts in Congress to grant D.C. statehood. Owen Byrne/Flickr hide caption

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Some Longtime D.C. Residents Still Vote In Other States. Is That ... Legal?

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A drawing of composer William Dawson in 1935 by Aaron Douglas. Dawson's Negro Folk Symphony, long neglected, has received a new recording. Aaron Douglas/Tuskegee University Archives hide caption

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Someone Finally Remembered William Dawson's 'Negro Folk Symphony'

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Montana Gov. Steve Bullock, right, gets an update on coronavirus testing from councilman Martin Charlo of Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribes. Montana now has the lowest coronavirus infection rate in the U.S. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Steve Bullock's COVID-19 Response May Boost His Senate Run In Montana

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Houston Hospitals Seeing Surge In Coronavirus Admissions

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Long-time partners Ann Willoughby, left, and Barb Goldstein, from Durham, North Carolina, leave the Durham County Register of Deeds office in downtown Durham on Wednesday, May 9, 2012, comforting each other after being denied a marriage license. Harry Lynch/Raleigh News & Observer/Tribune News Service via Getty Images hide caption

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5 Years After Same-Sex Marriage Decision, Equality Fight Continues

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Look At Where We Are Hot Chip, Reiko Kudo et. al.
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Ocean Drive Miami Nights 1984

"What makes this pandemic so scary is all the unknown factors," writes 40-year-old Mohammed Monsuri. Lisa R. Cohen hide caption

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Lockdown In Lockup: A Prisoner At Sing Sing On Life During The COVID-19 Crisis

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Bittersweet Symphony The Verve

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