The U.S. Supreme Court.
The case was brought forward by a Catholic nonprofit that lost its contract with the city of Philadelphia because it barred same-sex couples from becoming foster parents.
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Storefront displaying sign that they allow people to cash stimulus checks for COVID-19 relief.
The city's financial crisis has disproportionately hurt low-wage workers, who are predominantly Black and Hispanic.
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Voters wait in line to vote early in New York City during 2020 general election.
This is the first year New Yorkers have been able to vote early in a presidential election.
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Child looking at tablet.
Homeless students staying in shelters have struggled to attend classes online since the spring.
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The nonpartisan effort aims to mobilize voters in advance of local elections in New York City in 2021.
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People wait in line at a food distribution site in Manhattan in July 2020.
One of their demands is for the state to invest an additional $25 million into an initiative bringing products from upstate farms to food banks.
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A new report recommends New York increase testing and prevention efforts among people with elevated risk of getting HIV.
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Rising Ground staff and CEO and its office in Brooklyn, standing apart in masks.
Parents with experience dealing with the foster care system will advise and support parents aiming to be reunified with their children.
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Buildings in New York City.
One organization estimates the restored funding will produce about 11,000 more units of affordable housing.
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Internal Revenue Service building.
Congressional leaders question whether the uptick of organizations losing tax-exempt status was a result of an error with the IRS.
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