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President Trump's Middle East peace plan

One of the biggest barriers to peace in the Middle East is Israeli settlements in occupied territories. Martin Indyk, a former ambassador to Israel, explains to Ayman Mohyeldin the politics that goes with it.

SATs facing an uncertain future

The coronavirus shutdown has cancelled SATs for students in many parts of the country - fueling the debate on whether they are still necessary. Antonia Hylton reports.

Hate crime laws in Georgia

While Georgia is one of four states without a hate crime law, Antonia Hylton tells us why that's beside the point as the Department of Justice begins assessing the case of Ahmaud Arbery.

Leaning on someone during a pandemic

At a time like this, it’s important to have someone you can lean on. NBC News' Kate Snow talks to Big Brothers and Big Sisters of NYC's Risa and Avion about how their relationship has taken on new meaning.

Frontline Transit Workers

Bus operators and subway conductors have become essential workers during the coronavirus pandemic. Dan Lieberman takes us to meet these unsung heroes keeping New York City moving.

Feeding the neighbors - LIC Relief

In Queens, one group of volunteers and chefs is keeping their neighbors safe by keeping them well fed. But without resources from the government, they're not sure how long they can keep going. Antonia Hylton reports.