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Politics

FACT CHECK: Vice Presidential Debate

NPR's politics team, with help from reporters and editors who cover national security, immigration, business, foreign policy and more, live annotated the debate.

During his sentencing for murder in 1997, the jury was told that because Duane Buck was black, he posed a "future dangerousness." He was given the death penalty. Texas Department of Criminal Justice/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court To Hear Death Penalty Case Based On Racially Tainted Testimony

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Parallels

Along Germany's Coast, A Nazi Resort Becomes An Upscale Destination

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Along Germany's Coast, A Nazi Resort Becomes An Upscale Destination

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