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John Rogers, co-CEO of Ariel Investments, stands for a Bloomberg Television spot in Atlantic City, N.J., July 22, 2013. Rogers tells NPR about the emotional and financial impact the Tulsa riots had on his family.
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A house under foreclosure in Las Vegas displays a sign on Oct. 15, 2010, saying that it's now bank-owned. Sen. Sherrod Brown has vowed increased scrutiny of Wall Street banks, in part after a surge in foreclosures in his hometown in Ohio over a decade ago.
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Bretto Jackson runs a program called Leaders Become Legends in Portland, Ore. He and a partner mentor people involved in gun violence and help them get jobs in green energy.
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Carnival Cruise Line ships docked at the Port of Tampa in Tampa, Fla., in March 2020 following the CDC coronavirus No Sail Order. A Celebrity Cruises ship has received CDC permission to operate the first cruise from a U.S. port since the No Sail Order.
President Jimmy Carter signs emergency natural gas legislation in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 2, 1977. An oil crisis contributed to a period of double-digit inflation in the 1970s.
A Southwest Airlines plane in November. A flight attendant for Southwest was allegedly struck by a passenger and lost two teeth in the latest in a rash of violent attacks on planes.
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Hackers used the U.S. Agency for International Development's email marketing account to send messages that looked legitimate — but links in the email exposed recipients to malicious software, Microsoft says.
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