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The Coronavirus Crisis

Drive-Through Naturalizations Make New U.S. Citizens In The COVID-19 Era

After months of not naturalizing new U.S. citizens due to the coronavirus shutdown, immigration officials have begun offering drive-through naturalization ceremonies that take just a few minutes.

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Drive-Through Naturalizations Make New U.S. Citizens In The COVID-19 Era

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On June 14, an estimated 15,000 people gathered in Brooklyn to rally for Black trans lives in the Brooklyn Liberation march. Imara Jones/Courtesy Imara Jones hide caption

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What Happened For Black Transgender People When Police Protests And Pride Converged

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Nextdoor CEO Sarah Friar, here in July 2019, tells NPR the popular neighborhood app is taking steps to address reports of racial profiling and censorship on the platform. Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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It's 'Our Fault': Nextdoor CEO Takes Blame For Deleting Of Black Lives Matter Posts

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A sign at Newark Liberty International Airport warns airline passengers about a travel advisory that applies to people arriving in New Jersey from certain states. Visitors from Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Florida, Georgia, Iowa, Idaho, Louisiana, Mississippi, Nevada, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Utah should self-quarantine for two weeks. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Some States To Out-Of-Towners: If You Come Visit, Plan To Quarantine For 2 Weeks

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