Robert Siegel Robert Siegel is senior host of NPR's award-winning evening newsmagazine All Things Considered.

In Youngstown, Ohio, Support For Trump Echoes Memories Of Local Political Hero

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College Republicans At Ohio State Consider The Future Of The GOP

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Ohio Republicans Consider Future Of The GOP After Divisive Election

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Ohio Volunteers Remain Steadfast In Support Of Donald Trump

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"Writing without performing is not interesting," Charles Aznavour says. His U.S. tour ends in Hollywood this week. Kazuhiro Nogi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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At 92, Charles Aznavour Is Still With His First Love — His Audience

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World chess champion Magnes Carlsen (right) won't play his computer or play the game like a computer. Instead, he chooses his strategy based on what he knows about his opponent. Sebastian Reuter/Getty Images for World Chess by Agon Limited hide caption

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20 Years Later, Humans Still No Match For Computers On The Chessboard

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College Graduates Weigh In On The Value Of Higher Education

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The Walizer Farm in Howard, Pa., is home to three generations of Trump supporters: Jim Walizer (from left), Jason Walizer and Dennis Walizer. Courtesy of Jason Walizer hide caption

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After A Rough Summer, Pennsylvania Trump Fans Explain Why He Is Still Their Guy

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Trump Goes Stumping In The Rockies, With Campaign Stop In Colorado

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Trump Urges Russia To 'Find' Clinton's Emails And Release Them

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Young Republicans Weigh In On Their Party's Future

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'Make America First Again' Theme Echoes Pre-World War II U.S.

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The Last Time Cleveland Hosted The GOP Convention

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U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) and Greenland's then-Prime Minister Aleqa Hammond stand on the ice outside the city of Uummannaq, north of the Arctic Circle, in 2014. Greenland held a referendum in 1982 and voted to leave the European Economic Community, the forerunner of the European Union. Greenland's leaders say they believe it was the right decision. Leiff Josefsen/AP hide caption

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Britain Won't Be The First To Leave A United Europe. Guess Who Was?

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