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Bobby Parker, showing off his tattoo that reads "Only God Can Judge Me," says he had to sleep outside when he was locked out of his New Orleans home. Katy Reckdahl hide caption

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Thrown Out Of Home, At A Time When A Roof Is More Important Than Ever

Despite federal, state and local restrictions barring evictions during the COVID-19 crisis, housing activists say tenants are still being forced out of their homes.

Lost In Thought Jon Hopkins
Brenda Lee Le Matos

Bobby Parker, showing off his tattoo that reads "Only God Can Judge Me," says he had to sleep outside when he was locked out of his New Orleans home. Katy Reckdahl hide caption

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Thrown Out Of Home, At A Time When A Roof Is More Important Than Ever

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Fanshawe El Ten Eleven
Heart Skipped A Beat The XX

Scientists used light to control the firing of specific cells to artificially create a rhythm in the brain that acted like the drug ketamine enjoynz/Getty Images hide caption

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Scientists Say A Mind-Bending Rhythm In The Brain Can Act Like Ketamine

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Young Vallis Alps
The Awakening of A Woman Cinematic Orchestra
Mr. Turtles Cloud Kingdom Papadosio
cenote Wax Future
Duet for Guitars No. 2 M. Ward
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Sinaai Dirk Maassen
Pretty Stars Bill Frisell

Comedian, writer and veterans advocate Jon Stewart speaks at a press conference on "The Presumptive Benefits for War Fighters Exposed to Burn Pits and Other Toxins Act of 2020" at the House Triangle in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday. Paul Morigi/Getty Images hide caption

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Jon Stewart Uses His Celebrity To Bring Attention To Vets Exposed To Burn Pits

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Midnight on the Run BoomBox
Ease Up ft. Josh Taylor Justin Jay, Josh Taylor
Between the Buttons French 79
Cascade Ryan Helsing

Manuel Mathieu named his 2017 painting of his grandmother Self-portrait because of the role she played in making him who he is. It was purchased by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts in 2018. Montreal Museum of Fine Arts hide caption

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'Can I Make Sure That I'm Not The Only One?' Artist Helps Museum Diversify Collection

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Explore, Be Curious Cloudkicker
Billy & Bess Theme The NCY Milky Band

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