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The Coronavirus Crisis

Crime Has Declined Overall During The Pandemic, But Shootings And Killings Are Up

The pandemic has forced people to change their lives dramatically, which has contributed to the crime rate dropping. The bad news: an uptick in shootings and killings.

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Crime Has Declined Overall During The Pandemic, But Shootings And Killings Are Up

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Buyers in the early days of the pandemic emptied grocery store shelves of beans and legumes. Those in the throes of "bean remorse" are trying to figure out how to put their stockpiles to use. Matthew Mead/AP hide caption

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Sourdough Is A Social Media Star — But Those Beans Would Look Great On Instagram

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During their patrol of the Bear Creek Greenway, Jackson County Sheriff's deputies walk through a years-old encampment that deputies call "the Hobbit House." April Ehrlich/JPR News hide caption

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'Your Help Doesn't Help Me.' Unsheltered In Oregon Tire Of Being Shuffled Around

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A medical worker collects nasal swab samples this week during a mass test for the coronavirus at North Sumatra University in Medan, Indonesia. The mass test was held after the rector of the university, one of his deputies and a member of the board of trustees tested positive for COVID-19. Binsar Bakkara/AP hide caption

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Indonesia Stumbles As Coronavirus Cases Surge

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