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Liz Baker

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Protesters hold up signs during an abortion rights demonstration Saturday in New York City. Jeenah Moon/AP hide caption

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Reproductive rights supporters rally across the country

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About 100 voting bills have now been introduced in the Arizona legislature, many are seen as limiting or restricting access to the ballot box. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Arizona Republicans continue pushing voting restrictions, risking backfire

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Greg McMichael, center, listens to his attorney during his 2021 state murder trial. McMichael, his son Travis McMichael, and neighbor William "Roddie" Bryan are now on trial for committing federal hate crimes against Ahmaud Arbery. Stephen B. Morton-Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Travis McMichael (left) speaks with attorney Jason B. Sheffield during his sentencing in state court last month for the 2020 murder of Ahmaud Arbery. Stephen B. Morton/Pool/AP hide caption

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Insurrectionists loyal to then-President Donald Trump are seen swarming the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021, in Washington, D.C. Americans remain bitterly divided over the events that led to the siege on the Capitol that day, according to a new NPR/Ipsos poll. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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6 in 10 Americans say U.S. democracy is in crisis as the 'Big Lie' takes root

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Marvin Weeks in front of his mural of Ahmaud Arbrery. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Ahmaud Arbery muralist turns to Brunswick history

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Outside of the Glynn County Courthouse, Ahmaud Arbery's aunt, Thea Brooks, joins a group during a demonstration calling for the conviction of the three men who face charges in the death of Ahmaud Arbery and other county officials they say were complicit in his death. Riley Bunch/Georgia Public Broadcasting hide caption

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A man works on the roof of a storm-damaged house on Sept. 4 after Hurricane Ida swept through Grand Isle, La. A new poll finds that two-thirds of Americans say if their home is hit by an extreme weather event they'd rather rebuild than relocate. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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The Death Toll From Ida's Severe Weather Continues To Rise

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