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As people in the U.S. flee wildfires and a hurricane, they may need a car, tank of gas, enough money for a hotel room or place to stay where they can socially distance.
"Every year throws a new challenge at us," says Patrick Smith of Loftus Ranches, who is 10 days in to his harvest
Among his challenges are acquiring the right tools, performing enough tests and learning as much as possible about the global health threat.
A look ahead to Fed Chair Jerome Powell's speech tomorrow
We hear from Tim Duy, economist at the University of Oregon, about what Powell's speech, slated for Thursday, will mean for the economic recovery.
Bill Bynum says Hope Credit Union is his ministry, giving predominantly Black communities a place to bank.