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Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham in 2015. "President Trump confronted a pivotal moment in Syria and took action," they said in a statement. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Congressional Leaders Urge Trump Administration For Broader Syria Strategy

Lawmakers voiced cautious support for the decision to launch strikes in Syria, but leading voices in both parties want the administration to collaborate with Congress on where the strategy goes now.

A tart cherry orchard in Michigan. Warmer days in early spring and erratic spring weather have hurt yields in recent years. Still, cherry growers are reluctant to discuss the role of climate change. Peter Payette/Interlochen Public Radio hide caption

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Michigan's Tart Cherry Orchards Struggle To Cope With Erratic Spring Weather

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German-born Robert Prager was lynched in Collinsville, Ill., in 1918. Some Germans and German-Americans were attacked during World War I. Courtesy of Jeffrey Manuel hide caption

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During World War I, U.S. Government Propaganda Erased German Culture

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Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham in 2015. "President Trump confronted a pivotal moment in Syria and took action," they said in a statement. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Congressional Leaders Urge Trump Administration For Broader Syria Strategy

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Syrian residents of Khan Shaykhun hold signs and pictures on Friday during a protest condemning a suspected chemical weapons attack on their town earlier this week. Omar Haj Kadour/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Syria, The News Of U.S. Missile Strike Is Greeted With Ambivalence

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Your Name. starts like a teen rom-com but turns into a harrowing survival tale. Courtesy of Funimation Films hide caption

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A Body-Switching Teen Romance Anime Disaster Flick With 'Your Name.' On It

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