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George Lopez Reflects On 'The Wall,' A Lifetime Of Comedy And Jokes About Trump

After nearly 40 years in comedy, George Lopez reflects on jokes in the time of President Trump and how that will factor into the comedian's new HBO special.

Never Catch Me Flying Lotus & Kendrick Lamar
You, Me, and Our Tommy Guns - Instrumental Crwn
Pasture Elephant Revival

Protesters gather outside the Massachusetts State House in Boston for a July 28 demonstration against a bill that would require state agencies to collected detailed data on Asian-Americans and Pacific Islanders. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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'Racist Bill'? Chinese Immigrants Protest Effort To Collect More Asian-American Data

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Low Rider War
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