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HUD: Growth Of Homelessness During 2020 Was 'Devastating,' Even Before The Pandemic

The annual homeless count by the Department of Housing and Urban Development shows an increase in people living outside. The 2020 numbers in the report do not reflect the impact of the pandemic.

Thespian Freddie Redd
Cariño The Marías
What a Day Ben Howard
Disparate Youth Santigold
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Zack Snyder directs Ben Affleck and Gal Gadot. Zack Snyder's Justice League is the director's 2021 cut of the 2017 film. Clay Enos/HBO Max hide caption

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Here At Long (Really Long) Last, 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' Is ... Not Bad?

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Dripping Sun Kikagaku Moyo
Meru (feat. Koresma) Rohne
Hello, Anxiety Phum Viphurit

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'We're Going To Keep Digging,' FBI Director Wray Says Of Capitol Siege

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Dark Night El Perro del Mar

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HUD: Growth Of Homelessness During 2020 Was 'Devastating,' Even Before The Pandemic

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Michigan Ambulance LTD
Sunset Lover Petit Biscuit
Star Power I: Overture Foxygen
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Still Waiting Ex-Poets
Lust for Life Iggy Pop

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