Debbie Elliott After a stint on Capitol Hill, NPR National Correspondent Debbie Elliott is back covering the news in her native South.
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Voters In Florida's Panhandle Still Have Faith In Trump's Foreign Policy

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London's Royal Academy Of Arts Celebrates 250 Years Of Showcasing Contemporary Works

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Why Some Of Brexit's Remainers Won't Give Up The Fight

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Activist group Solidarity with Repeal holds a rally calling for abortion rights outside Belfast City Hall last week in Belfast, Northern Ireland. The rally follows Ireland's vote to repeal a constitutional ban on abortion. Charles McQuillan/Getty Images hide caption

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Ireland Voted To Allow Abortion. But It's Still Strictly Banned In Northern Ireland

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Repeal Of Abortion Ban In Ireland Sets Off Calls For Change In Northern Ireland

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British Prime Minister Faces Pressure To Reform Northern Ireland's Abortion Laws

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The mule train comes into the Washington area against a late afternoon sky in June of 1968. The caravan left Marks, Miss., for the nation's capital on May 13 to participate in the Poor People's Campaign. Bob Daugherty/AP hide caption

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How A Mule Train From Marks, Miss., Kicked Off MLK's Poor People Campaign

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The National Memorial for Peace and Justice, opening in Montgomery, Ala., on Thursday, is dedicated to victims of lynching. Lynsey Weatherspoon for NPR hide caption

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New Lynching Memorial Is A Space 'To Talk About All Of That Anguish'

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Lynching Memorial In Alabama Will Reflect On U.S. History Of Racial Terror

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Coretta Scott King, center, accompanied by the Rev. Ralph Abernathy, her children, and singer Harry Belafonte, leads a march in Memphis to honor her husband who was assassinated four days earlier. AP hide caption

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After MLK's Death, Coretta Scott King Went To Memphis To Finish His Work

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50 years After MLK Assassination, What Comes Next?

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News Brief: New Tariffs On Chinese Goods, YouTube Shooting, MLK

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Martin Luther King Jr.'s Final Cause: Memphis Sanitation Workers Strike

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Martin Luther King, Jr. speaking to a mass meeting at the Mason Temple in support of striking sanitation workers. Memphis Press-Scimitar/University of Memphis Libraries Special Collections hide caption

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When MLK Was Killed, He Was In Memphis Fighting For Economic Justice

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