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How Tariffs Could Help And Hurt The Solar Industry

The U.S. solar industry is bracing for possible tariffs or quotas on imported solar panels. Such action could have very different consequences on different parts of the industry.

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Women walk through Istiqlal Mosque, on a recent Sunday, in Jakarta, Indonesia. The fourth-largest country in the world is also one of the most diverse. Indonesia is a democracy, with a larger Muslim population than the entire Arab world combined. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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PHOTOS: Indonesia At A Crossroads

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Halcyon Filastine
Love Kaminsky

Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., (left) and Sen. Mark Warner, D-Va., holds a news conference Oct. 19 to introduce legislation designed to increase the transparency of political ads on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Facebook's Advertising Tools Complicate Efforts To Stop Russian Interference

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Drive Me Wild J Dilla
Ghanaafreekaboom Dub Ccolo
Back Again Beat Torrent

Bootsy Collins' new album, World Wide Funk, is available Oct. 27. Michael Weintrob/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The 'World Wide Funk' Of Bootsy Collins

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World Wide Funk (ft. Doug E. Fresh, Buckethead & Alissia Benveniste) Bootsy Collins
Peepers Polar Bear

President Uhuru Kenyatta casts his vote during the general elections. Kenyatta was the declared the winner of the disputed rerun of Kenya's presidential election. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Kenya Declares President Kenyatta Winner Of Disputed Election

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Holding You Slowz
Murder to the Mind Tash Sultana
Whirlwound Kelpe
More Mess on My Thing Poets of Rhythm

Dr. Eduardo Ibarra checks the blood pressure of Carmen Garcia Lavoy in the Toa Baja area of Puerto Rico. He's been making house calls in the area with nurse Erika Rodriguez. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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Lingering Power Outage In Puerto Rico Strains Health Care System

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Time Won't Tell El-P
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How Tariffs Could Help And Hurt The Solar Industry

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An Evening I will Not Forget Dermot Kennedy
Fanfare Feat. Flamingosis mtbrd

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