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Lorenzo Palma (center) reviews family documents with his brother and mother in their home in El Paso, Texas. Palma served time for a parole violation and, just as he was being released, was sent before an immigration court to prove his U.S. citizenship. Bree Lamb for NPR hide caption

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Marsha Lewis, a semi-retired teacher, is one of the volunteers helping Syrian refugee Fadi al-Asmi, standing in the kitchen of Hartford's City Steam Brewery. Asmi, who co-owned a pastry shop in Damascus, now makes desserts at this Hartford cafe. Courtesy of Richard Groothuis hide caption

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Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton leaves her daughter's apartment building earlier this week after becoming dehydrated at a Sept. 11 memorial service. Brendan Smialowski /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Campaign Says 'Dishonest Media' Misinterpreted His Second Amendment Comment

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Retired Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn spoke at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland last month in support of Donald Trump. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Adviser Says One Of The GOP Nominee's Signature Plans Is 'Not Workable'

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Attendees walk past a handful of placards during a break in the Methodists annual conference in Portland, Ore., in May 2016. The United Methodist Church, the nation's largest mainline Protestant denomination, was holding its once-every-four-years meeting and is facing a bitter fight over whether it should lift the church ban on same-sex marriage. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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A U.S. Marine amphibious assault vehicle makes its way to shore after leaving an amphibious transport dock ship during a landing exercise on a beach at San Antonio in the Philippines' Zambales Province on April 21, 2015. The exercise was part of annual Philippine-U.S. joint maneuvers and took place some 137 miles east of the Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea. Ted Aljibe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Hague Tribunal's South China Sea Ruling Inflame U.S.-China Tensions?

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At a recent anti-Donald Trump protest in Anaheim, California, this couple said they saved the U.S. flag from a Trump supporter who was trying to get Latinos to trample it. Nervous about giving their full names, he said his was Anthony, and she said she was going by "America." Adrian Florido/NPR hide caption

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The Code Switch Podcast, Episode 7: You're A Grand Old Flag

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Alfredo Trejo, 18, came to the U.S. from El Salvador in 2014 as an unaccompanied minor and now lives with his aunt in Virginia. He applied for asylum, and, like many others, he says he fled persecution from gang members in San Salvador. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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