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How do Americans feel about the U.S. flag? It's complicated. Lynne Gilbert/Getty Images hide caption

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America Reckons With Racial Injustice

We Asked Americans How They Feel About The U.S. Flag. It Got Interesting.

There is a lot of love for the Stars and Stripes, but some people say the flag's meaning has changed in ways that make them uncomfortable.

How do Americans feel about the U.S. flag? It's complicated. Lynne Gilbert/Getty Images hide caption

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We Asked Americans How They Feel About The U.S. Flag. It Got Interesting.

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Riva Lehrer's 2010 charcoal mixed-media collage portrait of Alison Bechdel, author of the Dykes to Watch Out For comic strip and the memoirs Fun Home and Are You My Mother? National Portrait Gallery/Disability Futures Fund hide caption

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20 Artists In Inaugural Class Of Disability Futures Fellows Receive $50,000 Grants

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FBI Director Christopher Wray testifies before the Senate's Homeland Security Committee on Sept. 24. Wray and other national security officials say they've taken extensive safeguards to protect this year's election. This message is often in sharp contrast with President Trump, who has repeatedly questioned the integrity of the vote. Tom Williams/AP hide caption

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Normally Invisible, National Security Figures Assume Prominent Election Role

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Brain cells that monitor liquid, mineral and salt levels in the body influence what types of drinks we crave when thirsty. Krisanapong Detraphiphat/Getty Images hide caption

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Water Or A Sports Drink? These Brain Cells May Decide Which One We Crave

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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks on March 2 during a press conference to discuss the first positive case of coronavirus in New York state. Angela Weiss /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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In 'American Crisis,' New York Gov. Cuomo Gives Halftime Review Of Pandemic Response

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Fisher Industries workers move sections of border wall last year near the point where New Mexico, Texas and Mexico come together. Jordyn Rozensky and Justin Hamel for The Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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His Private Border Wall Enraged Neighbors. Then He Got $2B To Build Walls For Trump

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