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Facebook Says It Removed Pages Involved In Deceptive Political Influence Campaign

The activity on Facebook and Instagram included organizing counterprotests for a white nationalist rally in Washington. There's evidence of links to previous Russian disinformation efforts.

Shadyland Andy Summers
Boogie Stop Shuffle Andy Summers
Cornbread Crumbled in Gravy Regina Carter
Skyline Fakear
The Watcher Chris Thile & Brad Mehldau
Bumpin' on Sunset Wes Montgomery
Chitlins con Carne Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble

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Dirty Projectors' New Album Is A Magic Pop Elixir To Forget Your Troubles

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Break-Thru Dirty Projectors
Tengo la Voz Nortec Collective

Dahani Gudiel, 25, from Guatemala turned herself and her three daughters in to the U.S. Customs and Border Protection outside of McAllen, Texas on Monday. Gudiel says she crossed the border seeking asylum after being threatened by gangs at home. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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A Look Into What Immigrant Families Face At Busiest Border Crossing

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As This Moment Slips Away Joshua Redman & The Bad Plus
Congo Stefon Harris, David Sánchez et. al.
Dirty Blonde Joshua Redman & The Bad Plus

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Facebook Says It Removed Pages Involved In Deceptive Political Influence Campaign

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What They Do Vitamin String Quartet
I'm Not So Sure Roy Hargrove
Franklin Avenue Brad Mehldau
Dinah Thelonious Monk

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