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Remembrances

Justice Antonin Scalia, Known For Biting Dissents, Dies At 79

Scalia was perhaps the leading voice of uncompromising conservatism on the Supreme Court. In his 29 years on the court, he achieved almost a cult following for dissents.

A Burundian soldier of the U.N. peacekeeping force MINUSCA contingent uses a metal detector at the entrance of a polling station in Bangui, Central African Republic on Dec. 14, 2015. Marco Longari/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Burundian Peacekeeping Abroad Can Fuel Conflict At Home

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They Are Night Zombies!! They Are Neighbors!! Sufjan Stevens
Cello Song The Books & José González

Feb. 1 marked the first day of a historic trial in which Mayan women have accused two former military officers of systematic sexual violence during Guatemala's civil war. Moises Castillo/AP hide caption

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In Historic Trial, Mayan Women Accuse Ex-Military Officers Of Sex Slavery

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Sanación Nicola Cruz
Stay Gavin Mikhail
Skylark Interabang?! Sabzi
Rey's Theme John Williams

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Justice Antonin Scalia, Known For Biting Dissents, Dies At 79

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4 Questions With NPR's Nina Totenberg About Justice Antonin Scalia

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