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President Biden and Vice President Harris will renew the administration's push for federal action to protect voting rights during a trip to Georgia on Tuesday. Greg Nash/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden is expected to back changing the filibuster to pass voting rights bills

The president has been under increasing pressure to more aggressively combat threats to voting rights. And advocates say speeches are not a substitute for legislative action.

Two of the children who came for a meal at a soup kitchen in Caracas run by the charity Alimenta la Solidaridad. It serves about 100 people and operates Monday through Friday. John Otis for NPR hide caption

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Why the kids of Venezuela aren't getting enough to eat

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Cecily Strong is putting her personal spin on a celebrated one-woman show at The Shed in New York City this month. Mary Ellen Matthews/NBC hide caption

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Cecily Strong finds 'Signs of Intelligent Life' in a celebrated one-woman show

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