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Stock trading has become easier and cheaper than ever. But have venues like Robinhood made it too risky for inexperienced investors? Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

Millions Turn To Stock Trading During Pandemic, But Some See Trouble For The Young

Stock trading has become easier and cheaper than ever. And people stuck at home during the pandemic have flocked to it. But have venues like Robinhood made it too risky for inexperienced investors?

Relief Philanthrope
Deserted Philanthrope feat. Mono:Massive

Some rafting companies outside of Yellowstone National Park are having record-breaking years despite the coronavirus pandemic. Nathan Rott/NPR hide caption

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'We Had To Get Out': Despite The Risks, Business Is Booming At National Parks

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The Swan Lake, ballet, Op. 20 [Act 2. No. 13. Dances of the Swans: No. 1. Tempo di valse / No. 2. Moderato assai - Molto più mosso] London Symphony Orchestra, André Previn (conductor)
The Swan Lake, ballet, Op. 20 [Act 2. No. 10. Scene (Moderato)] London Symphony Orchestra, André Previn (conductor)
Bibo No Aozora Ryuichi Sakamoto
Shot into the Sun Yppah
Light Cycle Yppah
Nocturne Nomo
Crescent Nomo
Strange Times Robohands
Broken Robohands

Rich Showalter bought this land in 1975. He sold it earlier this year to Ray Williams, who hasn't yet had a chance to look at his new asset. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Big-Money Investors Gear Up For A Trillion-Dollar Bet On Farmland

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Marineville Spiro
Blyth High Light Spiro

Dr. José Gabriel López-Plascencia spent over 60 years providing health care for low-income families in Phoenix. Courtesy of Valle del Sol Community Health hide caption

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Courtesy of Valle del Sol Community Health

'I Remember Him With That Smile': Beloved Phoenix Doctor Dies Of COVID-19 At 99

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Until It's Time for You to Go Gabor Szabo
You Won't See Me Gabor Szabo
Bayan Ko Florante Aguilar
Wave Catalyst (High Tide) Pacific Coliseum
Ocean City Pacific Coliseum

Stock trading has become easier and cheaper than ever. But have venues like Robinhood made it too risky for inexperienced investors? Jim Watson/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Millions Turn To Stock Trading During Pandemic, But Some See Trouble For The Young

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With Your Touch Liam Thomas
Into the Sea The Album Leaf

Charo Woodcock cleans a classroom at McClelland Elementary School in June in Indianapolis. Students across Indiana are already back in school in a mix of in-person and online instruction. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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Indiana Education Head On Reopening Schools: Contact Tracing Is A 'Beast'

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