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The state says more than 600 pipes have been replaced in Flint, Mich., this year — but 30,000 suspect pipes remain. Bill Pugliano/Getty Images hide caption

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A Year Later, Unfiltered Flint Tap Water Is Still Unsafe To Drink

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Mike Pompeo, Donald Trump's nominee to head the CIA, has been a congressman from Kansas for the past six years. He's shown here questioning Hillary Clinton last year during a House Select Committee on Benghazi hearing. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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For CIA Nominee Mike Pompeo, 'Not A Good Situation To Inherit'

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The York Project, a series of stories that aired on NPR in 2008, about race and the election. David Deal/NPR hide caption

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The York Project: Race & The '08 Vote

'York Project' Revisited: NPR Catches Up With Four 2008 Voters

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'York Project' Revisited: NPR Catches Up With Four 2008 Voters

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