Debbie Elliott After a stint on Capitol Hill, NPR National Correspondent Debbie Elliott is back covering the news in her native South.

Biden Says Baton Rouge Officers' Deaths Had A Wide Impact

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Mourners Gather At Funeral For Slain Baton Rouge Police Officer

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Cold Cases: Scores Of U.S. Civil Rights Murders Remain Unsolved

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State Prosecutor Closes 'Mississippi Burning' Civil Rights Case

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Orlando Doctors Recall Race To Treat Nightclub Shooting Victims

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Mother Emanuel church stands in the background as a mourner visits a sidewalk memorial last year in memory of the shooting. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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How A Shooting Changed Charleston's Oldest Black Church

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Mourners left flowers and other mementos in front of Charleston's Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in the days following the June 17, 2015, mass shooting. Nine worshippers were gunned down during Bible study in what authorities say was a racially motivated attack on the historic black church. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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While Grieving Continues, Church Shooting Was Charleston's Call To Action

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Top Alabama Lawmakers Embroiled In Political Scandal

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11 States Sue Obama Administration Over Transgender Student Guidance

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Unisex signs hang outside bathrooms at Toast Paninoteca in Durham, N.C. Sara D. Davis/Getty Images hide caption

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Transgender Rights, The New Front In The Culture Wars

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The staple at legendary Prince's is fiery hot fried chicken, always served on white bread, with pickles. Danielle Atkins/Courtesy of Spring House Press hide caption

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How A Cheating Man Gave Rise To Nashville's Hot Chicken Craze

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Presidential candidate George Wallace reaches out for the hands of his supporters at the Texas State Convention of his American Independent Party, Dallas, Sept. 17, 1968. PhotoQuest/Getty Images hide caption

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Is Donald Trump A Modern-Day George Wallace?

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Hundreds of people participate in a rally to remove the Confederate battle emblem from the Mississippi flag outside the state Capitol in Jackson, Miss., on Feb. 18, a month after flag supporters gathered there for their own event. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Reverence And Rage: Southerners Battle Over Relics Of The Confederacy

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