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Former state Sens. Dale Schultz, at podium, and Tim Cullen discuss gerrymandering in Wisconsin. Ailsa Chang/NPR hide caption

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Renewed Calls For Patriotism Over Politics When Drawing District Lines

It's not against the law for politicians to consider politics when they're redrawing districts, but the situation in Wisconsin is particularly aggressive.

Soldiers practice roll-over drills ahead of their deployment to Afghanistan at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson. Zachariah Hughes/Alaska Public Media hide caption

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16 Years Since The First Deployment, U.S. Soldiers Prepare To Go Again

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Earthquake survivors look at a collapsed building in Istanbul in August 1999. The magnitude 7.4 quake killed 17,000 people across northwestern Turkey. Eyal Warshavsky/AP hide caption

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18 Years After Turkey's Deadly Quake, Safety Concerns Grow About The Next Big One

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Brandi Chastain celebrates after scoring the winning goal of the 1999 World Cup. Hector Mata/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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40 Years Of Athletic Support: Happy Anniversary To The Sports Bra

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Former state Sens. Dale Schultz, at podium, and Tim Cullen discuss gerrymandering in Wisconsin. Ailsa Chang/NPR hide caption

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Renewed Calls For Patriotism Over Politics When Drawing District Lines

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A worker milking cows at a farm in Manati, Puerto Rico, on Thursday. Puerto Rico's dairy farmers account for about a third of the island's total agricultural production. Now they're struggling to recover their cows and get them milked. Courtesy of Manuel Perez hide caption

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Puerto Rico's Dairy Industry, Once Robust, Flattened By Maria

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Marilee Dominguez (right) speaks on the phone with her sister-in-law in Costa Rica inside Derkes Pharmacy in Guayama, Puerto Rico. The owner of the store, Ana Rita Sued, (center) has made her phone with a satellite connection available to residents so they can contact relatives and friends outside of Puerto Rico. Angel Valentin for NPR hide caption

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'We're Alive': Guayama Residents Reach Family On Town's One Working Phone

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Demi Lovato's new album, Tell Me You Love Me, is out now. Dennis Leupold/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Sorry: Demi Lovato's Not Sorry

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