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Workers and day laborers gather outside shuttered stores Monday in New Delhi. Once the world's fastest-growing major economy, India posted its steepest decline in gross domestic product in 24 years. Anindito Mukherjee/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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United Airlines planes are parked at gates last month at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey. The airline announced it is eliminating many change fees, and Delta Air Lines and American Airlines quickly followed. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Retired postal worker Glenda Morris protests postal cutbacks on Aug. 25 in New York. African Americans make up 27% of the Postal Service, about twice their share of the overall workforce. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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The University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa makes up a sizeable portion of the city's population of roughly 100,000. Mayor Walt Maddox says losing an entire semester of school would be "economically disastrous for our community." Wesley Hitt/Getty Images hide caption

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Mayors Of College Towns Brace For The Economic Impact Of Remote Learning

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Mayors Of College Towns Face Economic Toll Of Remote Learning

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Farmers check coffee beans handpicked at their farm located in Forquilha do Rio, municipality of Dores do Rio Preto, Espirito Santo, Brazil. Mauro Pimentel/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Coffee Keeps Its Mojo: Producers Overcome Pandemic Obstacles

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Patrick Ryan, technical manager at TikTok, is suing the Trump administration over the president's executive order aimed at banning business transactions between Americans and TikTok's parent company ByteDance. Bobby Allyn/NPR hide caption

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TikTok Workers Feel 'Anxiety,' 'Anger,' And 'Rage,' Amid Trump Crackdown

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A home damaged by Hurricane Laura is seen Friday in Hackberry, La. Damage estimates from the storm range from around $4 billion to $12 billion. David J. Phillip/AP hide caption

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Metropolitan Museum Of Art Will Reopen This Weekend

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Caroline Wells and her family at their new home outside San Antonio. The builders just finished it so the yard has yet to be planted, but the couple are looking forward to letting the kids run out their energy with a lot more outdoor space than they had at their home in the city. Trisha Kosub hide caption

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More Space, Please: Home Sales Booming Despite Pandemic, Recession

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