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Before Farewell Speech, Chicagoans Reflect On President Obama's Legacy

Chicago got a chance to celebrate the victory of Barack Obama's election to the presidency twice. Now, as he delivers his farewell speech, residents reflect on what he meant for their city.

The Ninglick River is eating away at the shoreline in Newtok, Alaska, shown here in August 2016. Engineers estimate the village is losing 70 feet of land per year. Eric Keto/Alaska's Energy Desk hide caption

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Alaskan Village, Citing Climate Change, Seeks Disaster Relief In Order To Relocate

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President Obama speaks during a town hall meeting on health insurance in Grand Junction, Colo., on Aug. 15, 2009. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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From The Start, Obama Struggled With Fallout From A Kind Of Fake News

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Barack Obama, graduate of Harvard Law School '91, is shown here on campus after he was named head of the Harvard Law Review in 1990. Joe Wrinn/Harvard University/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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LISTEN: Before Obama Was President, In His Own Words On NPR

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President Obama waves to supporters at an election night party in Chicago to proclaim victory in the 2012 presidential election. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Before Farewell Speech, Chicagoans Reflect On President Obama's Legacy

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As anti-immigrant sentiment rises in the the Netherlands, Dutch television and radio personality Sylvana Simons will be running for a parliamentary seat to help represent immigrants and minorities. Robin van Lonkhuijsen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With The Far-Right Rising, Dutch Create Their Own Parties For Immigrants

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Matt and Abra Schultz, of Pottsville, Pa., say they're frustrated by the rising cost of health insurance. Ben Allen/WITF hide caption

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Insurance Customers In Pennsylvania Look To Trump To Ease Their Burden

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Chance the Rapper performs in L.A. in November 2016. His mixtape Coloring Book can't be bought — but by Billboard's rules, it was streamed enough times last year to equal 500,000 album "sales." Kevin Winter/Getty Images hide caption

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From Mozart To Adele To Chance The Rapper, Measuring Album Sales Means Being Specific

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