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Here's What To Watch For When Trump Addresses Congress

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Newly-elected Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez, right, and Rep. Keith Ellison, D-Minn., who was named deputy chairman at the DNC winter meeting in Atlanta, Saturday, Feb. 25, 2017. Branden Camp/AP hide caption

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Federal conflict-of-interest laws require officials like commerce secretary nominee Wilbur Ross (right) to divest holdings, but President Trump is not covered by those requirements. Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Ethics Watchdog Has Big Impact On Federal Workers, But Not On Trump

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Rep. Jason Chaffetz speaks during a town hall meeting at Brighton High School on Feb. 9 in Cottonwood Heights, Utah. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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Rep. Chaffetz Says Town Hall Protesters 'Intimidate And Bully People'

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Kate Noble speaks to voters at a listening session at Gonzales Community School in Santa Fe, N.M. She ran for a seat on the Santa Fe Public Schools Board. Megan Kamerick/KUNM hide caption

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Trump's Election Drives More Women To Consider Running For Office

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Keitra Bates stands in front of the building she plans to turn into Marddy's shared kitchen and marketplace. Debbie Elliot/NPR hide caption

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Preserving The Flavor Of An Atlanta Neighborhood

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Volunteers from a local monument company help to reset vandalized headstones on Feb. 22 at Chesed Shel Emeth Cemetery in University City, Missouri, a St. Louis suburb. Since the beginning of the year, there has been a spike in incidents around the country, including bomb threats at Jewish community centers and reports of anti-Semitic graffiti. Michael Thomas/Getty Images hide caption

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In Israel, Some Wonder Where The Outrage Is Over U.S. Anti-Semitic Acts

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A message of "Say no to Trump" is projected on Britain's Houses of Parliament the evening before a Monday parliamentary debate took place on Donald Trump's state visit. Nearly 2 million people signed a petition in support of scrapping or downgrading the invitation. Chris J Ratcliffe/Getty Images hide caption

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Lines for citizenship and other immigration services have been forming as early as 6 a.m. outside the office of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles. Parker Yesko/NPR hide caption

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Green Card Holders Worry About Trump's Efforts To Curtail Immigration

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President Trump waves on Friday after arriving on Air Force One at the Palm Beach International Airport to spend the weekend at Mar-a-Lago resort in West Palm Beach. It's the third straight weekend he's spent at his Florida resort. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump steps off Air Force One as he arrives in West Palm Beach, Fla., on Friday. The president is holding a rally in the state on Saturday. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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Trump To Step Back Into Familiar Territory With Rally In Florida

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Assistant Attorney General Kimberly Strovink, of Massachusetts Attorney General Healey's Civil Rights Division, answers calls coming into the state's hate hotline. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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Massachusetts Hotline Tracks Post-Election Hate

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A flag flies on a green lined with villas at the Trump International Golf Club in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The 18-hole golf course bearing Donald Trump's name exemplifies the questions surrounding his international business interests. Kamran Jebreili/AP hide caption

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