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Caroline Wells and her family at their new home outside San Antonio. The builders just finished it so the yard has yet to be planted, but the couple are looking forward to letting the kids run out their energy with a lot more outdoor space than they had at their home in the city. Trisha Kosub hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

More Space, Please: Home Sales Booming Despite Pandemic, Recession

Despite high unemployment, a severe recession and economic uncertainty, the housing market is on a tear. Sales are booming, and prices hit a record high. Low rates and remote work are driving factors.

Caroline Wells and her family at their new home outside San Antonio. The builders just finished it so the yard has yet to be planted, but the couple are looking forward to letting the kids run out their energy with a lot more outdoor space than they had at their home in the city. Trisha Kosub hide caption

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More Space, Please: Home Sales Booming Despite Pandemic, Recession

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Jason Wright joined the Washington Football Team as the new president while the team reckons with allegations of sexual harassment and changing a racist nickname. McKinsey & Company hide caption

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Jason Wright On Leading The Washington Football Team Amid Multiple Crises

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The rapper Drakeo the Ruler titled his latest album after the prison phone service provider GTL, whose lines he used to record it, leaving a trail to follow the money through a controversial industry. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Drakeo's Acclaimed Album Highlights How Much Prisons Profit From Phone Calls

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Josh Kaul, then a candidate for Wisconsin attorney general, speaks at an October 2018 rally in Milwaukee. Kaul's office has faced criticism for its investigation into the shooting of Jacob Blake. Morry Gash/AP hide caption

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Wisconsin AG Pushes Back On Criticism Of Investigation Into Jacob Blake Shooting

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