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New Yorkers in need receive free produce, dry goods and meat at a Food Bank For New York City distribution event on July 30, 2020. Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Food Bank For New York hide caption

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A Crisis Within A Crisis: Food Insecurity And COVID-19

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President Trump takes a question during a news conference at the White House on Sunday, where he dismissed reporting from the "New York Times" that he has paid little or no federal income taxes in recent years as "fake news." Joshua Roberts/Getty Images hide caption

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The executive board of the Council of School Supervisors and Administrators on Sunday declared a vote of no confidence against New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, left, and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, right, shown outside the Mosaic Pre-K Center on Sept. 21. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Volunteers from St. John's Episcopal Church in Bethesda help hand out food to a local resident at an event earlier this month. Xueying Chang/NPR hide caption

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In Affluent Maryland County, Pandemic Exacerbates Food Insecurity

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Each week, police in Lexington, Neb., cordon off several blocks near the edge of town, where roughly 700 cars will line up for USDA Farmers to Families food boxes. Above, volunteers organize boxes on Aug. 27, 2020. Christina Stella/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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In Rural Nebraska, Combating Hunger From The Pandemic Is A Community Effort

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Ja Nelle Pleasure relies on her garden for fresh fruits and vegetables. "Vegetables are expensive at the grocery store," she says. Dana Cronin/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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For One Food Insecure Family, The Pandemic Leaves 'No Wiggle Room'

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Food Bank For New York City hosts a pop-up food pantry during Hunger Action Month at Lincoln Center on September 24, 2020. Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for Food Bank for New York City hide caption

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Servicemen and members of the Armenian Revolutionary Federation gather after the Armenian government declared martial law and military mobilization amidst growing conflict with Azerbaijan. Melik Baghdasaryan/Melik Baghdasaryan/Photolure/TAS hide caption

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Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden speaks Sunday about President Trump's nomination of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court. Roberto Schmidt/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Illinois Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin speaks during a Senate Appropriations subcommittee hearing on Sept. 16. Andrew Harnik/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Judge Robert Rosenberg, a member of the Broward County, Fla., canvassing board examines a disputed ballot in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., on Nov. 24, 2000. That close presidential contest was one of several in U.S. history. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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Meaghan Maples, aka Mama Haze, was one of the standout artists in the 2020 Tiny Desk Contest. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Medicating With Music': How One Tiny Desk Contest Entrant Heals Through Song

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Armed members of the Black Panther Party leave the Capitol in Sacramento May 2, 1967. The Panthers entered the Capitol fully armed and said they were protesting a bill before the Legislature restricting the carrying of arms in public. AP hide caption

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President Trump and Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett walk along the Rose Garden colonnade on Saturday. The focus on the court just weeks before the election could help energize conservatives in key states. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Anthony Bottom, who now goes by the name Jalil Muntaqim, was interviewed in New York state prison in 2018. He's going home on parole after more than four decades behind bars. Messiah Rhodes/Screenshot by NPR (YouTube) hide caption

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NY Parole Of Former Black Panther Activist Who Murdered 2 Cops Sparks Reform Debate

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California is preparing for windy, dry weather which is expected to cause critical fire conditions this weekend. Twenty-five major fires are burning throughout the state, including the Bobcat fire in Southern California, pictured on Sept. 21. Frederic J. Brown /AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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