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Signs mark a polling site as early voting begins began on Feb. 20 in San Antonio. Early voting in Texas ran through last Friday, March 2. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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In Texas Primary, Early Signs Of A 2018 Democratic Surge

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Hours Tycho
WEIGHT OFF KAYTRANADA feat. BadBadNotGood

Tony Zimlich, a former military pilot, helps to train and manage a new generation of drone pilots. Alexi Horowitz-Ghazi/NPR hide caption

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From Cockpit To Controller: Former Pilot Finds A New Way To Fly

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