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James Rees, left, and Nicholas Pinter of the University of California, Davis, gather housing data in the town of Odanah, Wis. Joe Proudman/UC Davis hide caption

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Wisconsin Reservation Offers A Climate Success Story And A Warning

Climate change is causing more severe flooding around the country, and a disproportionate number of Native American communities are on the front lines.

Sundown Dyalla
Suma's Walk aka Can't Go Back (Outtake) Fleetwood Mac
Become Younger The Peals
Skyline Broken Social Scene
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Sound of a Broken Heart Jukebox the Ghost

White House press secretary Sarah Sanders apologized Tuesday for wildly misstating employment numbers for African-Americans under former President Barack Obama. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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FACT CHECK: White House Apologizes For False Claim About African-American Jobs

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Same Ol' Mistakes Rihanna
Better Get a Move On Bettye Crutcher & Louise McCord
Introduction Noah Adams
Quiet Voices Mike Voss
Sa Mo Jung TOKiMONSTA

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Wisconsin Reservation Offers A Climate Success Story And A Warning

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The Big Ocean Ben Sollee
Ragtime Neko Case

The defense team for Paul Manafort, shown here walking into federal court on Tuesday, rested without presenting any witnesses. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Defense Rests In Paul Manafort Case Without Calling Him Or Other Witnesses

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Texas (Instrumental) Bran Mercier, Jimmy Young

Some of the cattle grazing on the Persson Ranch are tracked using blockchain technology, which may allow consumers to know where their meat comes from and more. Kamila Kudelska/Wyoming Public Radio hide caption

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Where's The Beef? Wyoming Ranchers Bet On Blockchain To Track It

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The Thang Funk Inc.
I'll See You in My Dreams Pearl Django
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No Sleep - Instrumental Version Grieves
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