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"We don't have a whole lot of options that don't involve risking our lives," says New Orleans resident Lauren Van Netta, who has asthma and other health issues. Lauren Van Netta hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

'We Need Help': People At Higher Coronavirus Risk Fear Losing Federal Unemployment

An extra $600 a week in federal unemployment runs out at the end of July — even for people with underlying health conditions who are at much greater risk if they contract COVID-19.

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'We Need Help': People At Higher Coronavirus Risk Fear Losing Federal Unemployment

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Start Shootin' Little People
Coast Off Helios

A sculpture of Juan de Oñate's settlers arriving in New Mexico is pictured as city workers remove a sculpture of the Spanish conquistador on June 16 in Albuquerque. Paul Ratje/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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New Mexico Leaders To Militia: If You Want To Help Community, Stop Showing Up Armed

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Cascade Ryan Helsing
Hollywood Kisses Kung Fu
Nakt Rone
Pretending Evolution of Stars
Tokyo Sound Tribe Sector 9

Lauren Moran, a pastry chef who owns a bakery and café, taste-tests Cornwall's new coffee drinks with her husband, Cornwall's general manager Billy Moran (left), and Speedwell Coffee Co. owner Derek Anderson. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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Boston Tavern Pivots To 'Plan B' To Try To Survive The Pandemic

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Fjarlaegur Oskar Schuster
Dulce FloFilz

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego, pictured March 3 at City Hall in Phoenix, says the city needs more help responding to the coronavirus. Anita Snow/AP hide caption

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Phoenix Mayor Says The City Is In A 'Crisis Situation,' Needs Help

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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, seen here last month in Mexico City, will visit President Trump at the White House this week. Hector Vivas/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico's President Weathers A Torrent Of Criticism Over Meeting With Trump

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'Never Known A Kinder Person': Actor Nick Cordero Dies Of COVID-19 At 41

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Live Your Life Nick Cordero
Two Chord Wake Suzanne Kraft
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The Supreme Court decides that Electoral College delegates have "no ground for reversing" the statewide popular vote. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Rules State 'Faithless Elector' Laws Constitutional

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