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An opening in the border wall for cattle to move from Mexico to the States. Arizona has just three cattle ports along its entire border. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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When The Border Is Just Next-Door, Crossing It Is A Fact Of (Daily) Life

The two Nogaleses — one in Arizona, the other in Mexico — are in separate countries, but to the people who live there, they feel like one place: a border city.

A United Nations propaganda poster from the Korean War era bears an anti-communist message. In South Korea, the propaganda turned North Koreans into beast-like characters. -/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Do Some South Koreans Believe A Myth That North Koreans Have Horns?

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This Jan. 28, 2016 file photo shows a solitary confinement cell at New York City's Riker's Island jail. On March 31, 2016, a federal judge approved a sweeping plan to reduce solitary confinement in New York state prisons. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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New York's Solitary Confinement Overhaul Gets Pushback From Union

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Mayte Garcia looks back on her relationship with Prince in a new book titled The Most Beautiful. Sinead Lynch/Getty Images hide caption

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Mayte Garcia Knew She Would Marry Prince, But Could Never Have Predicted How

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An opening in the border wall for cattle to move from Mexico to the States. Arizona has just three cattle ports along its entire border. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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When The Border Is Just Next Door, Crossing It Is A Fact Of (Daily) Life

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions has ordered a review of all Justice Department agreements with cities about police conduct. He is pictured speaking about crime to local, state and federal law enforcement officials last week in St. Louis. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Justice Department To Review All Civil Rights Agreements On Police Conduct

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