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Dorothea Lange, Human Erosion in California (Migrant Mother), March 1936, gelatin silver print The J. Paul Getty Museum hide caption

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Photography

In today's global migrant crisis, echoes of Dorothea Lange's American photos

Nearly 100 years ago, Lange chronicled the destitution and desperation of The Great Depression. An exhibition of her work at the National Gallery of Art speaks to the present day migrant crisis.

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In today's global migrant crisis, echoes of Dorothea Lange's American photos

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The Supreme Court, seen behind the stop light, is hearing arguments in a case testing the legality of a federal regulation banning devices that modify semiautomatic weapons to speed the firing mechanism. Andrew Caballero-Reynolds/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court hears challenge to Trump-era ban on bump stocks for guns

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Tim Lillard at the home he and his late wife, Ann Picha-Lillard, shared in suburban southeast Michigan. Since her death in 2022, Lillard has made it his mission to pass the Safe Patient Care Act, which would create mandatory nurse-to-patient ratios in Michigan hospitals. Beth Weiler/Michigan Public hide caption

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After his wife died, he joined nurses to push for new staffing rules in hospitals

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A sign is posted in front of a Wendy's restaurant on Aug. 10, 2022, in Petaluma, Calif. The company said Tuesday that it's planning to experiment with dynamic pricing. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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No, Wendy's says it isn't planning to introduce surge pricing

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