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Football players on the Watkins Mill High Wolverines take a knee during the playing of the National Anthem before a game against the Damascus Hornets at Damascus High School in Damascus, Md. Toni L. Sandys/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Juan Rojas (right), of Queens, N.Y., hugs his 4-year-old grandson Elias Rojas as his daughter-in-law Cori Rojas (left) carries her daughter, Lilly, 3, through the terminal at JFK airport on Tuesday after they arrived on a flight from San Juan, Puerto Rico. Cori, who is a schoolteacher in Puerto Rico, fled the island with her children after Hurricane Maria left it devastated. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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Miami 4th-Graders Write About Their Experiences With Hurricanes

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Members of the audience listen as Education Secretary Betsy DeVos speaks during the White House Summit on Historically Black Colleges and Universities at the White House yesterday. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Trump, And Most Black College Presidents, Absent From Annual Meeting

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