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A screenshot from a television ad promoting Chris Mathys, who ran for the GOP nomination in California's 22d Congressional district, was paid for by a Democratic political action committee. House Majority PAC hide caption

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Democrats are bankrolling ads promoting fringe Republican candidates. Here's why

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Why Democrats are paying for ads supporting Republican primary candidates

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Ukrainian activist pleads with Washington lawmakers for more military support

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Why Vincent Chin matters today, 40 years after his death

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The clock announces every hour with 12 apostles passing by the window above the astronomical dial and with symbolic sculptures moving aside. Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Prague's famous clock was restored 4 years ago. Then someone spotted the differences

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People noticed an iconic Prague clock looked different 4 years after it was restored

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Fantastic Negrito's new music explores his 18th century ancestors' forbidden love

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Angel Olsen discusses her bittersweet new album, 'Big Time'

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A monument for Taras Shevchenko is symbolically protected by bandages in Borodyanka, northwest of Kyiv. Nickolai Hammar/NPR hide caption

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This is what one town in Ukraine looks like after Russian troops withdrew

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Russian troops left death and destruction behind in Borodyanka, Ukraine

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Communities have formed among those who have stayed in Kyiv through Russian attacks

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What happens to Kyiv's People's Friendship Arch, now that Russia has invaded?

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Vash Lavash in the western part of Ukraine reopened its doors and is employing people displaced by the war. Kat Lonsdorf, NPR hide caption

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How a bakery in Ukraine is offering hope and employment in a time of crisis

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What the city of Kyiv looks like as people return

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