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Interior Secretary Deb Haaland will speak with survivors of Native American boarding schools as part of a tour called "The Road to Healing." Her department found that between 1819 and 1969, the federal government operated or supported more than 400 schools. Samuel Corum/Getty Images hide caption

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Haaland seeks healing for Native American boarding school survivors

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Mark Esper has written a book about the challenges he faced as Defense secretary in the Trump administration. Olivier Douliery/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Former Pentagon chief Esper says Trump asked about shooting protesters

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April is National Poetry Month. In step with NPR tradition, we're asking readers to help celebrate. We supply the hashtag — you fill our feeds with your mini works of art. bortonia/Getty Images hide caption

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Listen: Donovan Beck

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Alabama's state Capitol has been the location of fights over redistricting. The Supreme Court hears a case this fall that could have implications for gerrymandering across the country. Andi Rice for NPR hide caption

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Inside the fight over Alabama's congressional maps

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Afghanistan's Fall To The Taliban Has Iraq Nervous

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Republicans Meet Biden's Infrastructure Plan With Skepticism

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Ecuador Chooses Conservative Banker As Its Next President

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Roughly 35 bills are being proposed that would limit or prohibit transgender women from competing in women's athletics. Above, athletes run in the Women's 400 meter final during the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Shaun Botterill/Shaun Botterill/Getty Images hide caption

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Wave Of Bills To Block Trans Athletes Has No Basis In Science, Researcher Says

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R&B singer-songwriter Jazmine Sullivan released Heaux Tales on Jan. 8. Myesha Evon Gardner/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jazmine Sullivan On 'Heaux Tales,' Dirty Laundry And The Value Of Taking Breaks

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Celia, Tiwa Savage's third studio album, is her American debut. Lakin Ogunbanwo hide caption

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On 'Celia,' Tiwa Savage Celebrates Powerful Women

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Women and children evacuated out of the last territory held by Islamic State militants wait to be screened by U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) in the desert outside Baghouz, Syria, on Feb. 27. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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With The Collapse Of The ISIS 'Caliphate,' A Camera Lens Lingers On Those Left Behind

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