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Miss Navajo Nation Shaandiin P. Parrish puts on a white gown to help distribute food, water, and other supplies to Navajo families on May 27, 2020 in Huerfano on the Navajo Nation Reservation, New Mexico. Sharon Chischilly/Getty Images hide caption

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A woman holds her 1-year-old son as they wait in line to get a coronavirus test. Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: A New Phase Of Uncertainty

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Etchings on the federal courthouse in Boston acclaim a well-administered justice system, but many working in the building say that is getting harder, given the continuing federal shutdown. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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'Justice Delayed Is Justice Denied' As Government Shutdown Affects Federal Courts

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