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Attorney General Barr Says DOJ Acts Independent Of Trump's Interests

In a wide-ranging NPR interview, William Barr defended the Justice Department amid accusations of political interference, including recently in the case of ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn.

Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan speaks on the floor of the Georgia State Senate on Feb. 4. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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Georgia Lt. Gov. On COVID-19, The State's Hate Crimes Bill And Voting Access

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Isla De Flores Berlioz
Comptine d'Un Autre Été Original Soundtrack
Blue Skies Noah and the Whale
Clocks Coldplay
Mission Hill Morning Daniel T
Cadillac Girl [Remastered 2014] Only Real
Titanium / Pavane The Piano Guys

In April, U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos issued guidance suggesting private schools should benefit from a representative share of federal coronavirus aid money. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Education Dept. Rule Limits How Schools Can Spend Vital Aid Money

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Dolphins Learn Foraging Tricks From Each Other, Not Just From Mom

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In an NPR interview, U.S. Attorney General William Barr defended the Justice Department amid accusations of political interference, including recently in the case of former national security adviser Michael Flynn. Eman Mohammed for NPR hide caption

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Attorney General Barr Says DOJ Acts Independent Of Trump's Interests

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Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribal chair Shelly Fyant is worried COVID-19 case numbers will keep rising as Montana has opened up to out of state tourists. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Montana Tribe Hoping To Finally Increase Coronavirus Testing

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Always Alright Alabama Shakes
VIOLIN CONCERTO: I, ALLEGRO itzhak perlman, violin; boston symphony orchestra; seiji ozawa, conductor
How Deep Can You Go Paul Thomas
Kristofferson Alexandre Desplat
Perry St. 2 Blithe Field
Smoke and Mirrors Tokimonsta
Emily's Groove Jowee Omicil

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