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A Black woman with short, dark hair and black mask walks down an aisle with blue voting booths filled with people on both sides, she holds a white piece of paper in her hand.
Manuel Martinez
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WBEZ
Conspiracy theorists inundate election officials across the state with form letters demanding voter records and threatening lawsuits.
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People leave the flooded community of Country Club Ridge in North Port Florida on September 29, 2022, after Hurricane Ian passed through the area a day earlier.
Carlos Osorio for NPR
Images of the aftermath show a glimpse of the destruction caused by the powerful Category 4 hurricane: homes washed out, boats yanked from their moorings, and decimated neighborhoods.
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The Illinois State Military Museum is located at 1301 N. MacArthur Blvd. in Springfield, Ill.
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Paul Fanning is the director of the Illinois State Military Museum. He spoke to Community Voices about leading the museum after a 32-year career in the Illinois National Guard. He also talked about how his staff tells a story with each exhibit it puts together. He also explained the misinformation around Santa Anna’s prosthetic leg which is cared for by the museum.
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President Jimmy Carter signs an emergency natural gas legislation in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., in 1977.
ASSOCIATED PRESS
The Federal Reserve is cracking down hard on inflation, in hopes of avoiding a repeat of the 1970s, when price hikes were so sustained, they got baked in to people's thinking.
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