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C'Artis Harris, walking with her children in 2017, was searching for housing that would accept her Section 8 voucher when NPR began following her in 2016. Today, Harris and her family still live in an area of high poverty. Brandon Thibodeaux for NPR hide caption

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Trump Stokes Fear In The Suburbs, But Few Low-Income Families Ever Make It There

President Trump is appealing to suburban voters by promising they won't have to live near affordable housing. But 50 years after the Fair Housing Act, the truth is housing remains deeply segregated.

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2020 Not Scary Enough? Try A Haunted Car Wash

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C'Artis Harris, walking with her children in 2017, was searching for housing that would accept her Section 8 voucher when NPR began following her in 2016. Today, Harris and her family still live in an area of high poverty. Brandon Thibodeaux for NPR hide caption

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Trump Stokes Fear In The Suburbs, But Few Low-Income Families Ever Make It There

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The U.S. flag hangs outside the New York Stock Exchange earlier this month. Investors have been grappling with a wave of uncertainty that's sent the market lower in recent weeks. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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Dow Plunges 943 Points; Steep Sell-Off Is Triggered By Fears Of More Lockdowns

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Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey testifies remotely during a Senate Commerce Committee hearing Wednesday about reforms to Section 230, a key legal shield for tech companies. Greg Nash/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Days Before Election, Tech CEOs Defend Themselves From GOP Accusations Of Censorship

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"I think a lot of my last record is just me trying to find some peace with saying whatever stream-of-consciousness things that come to my head," Nick Hakim says. "It's therapeutic for myself." Adam Zhu/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Play It Forward: Nick Hakim Finds Humor In Darkness

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