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D.C.'s Aggressive Confiscation Of Illegal Guns Leaves Residents Feeling Targeted

The police department in Washington, D.C., has seized thousands of illegal weapons, but an investigation finds that 4 out of 10 cases of illegal gun possession are dismissed in court.

Steve Sisolak, the Nevada Democratic gubernatorial candidate, reacts as he walks off stage at an election night party in Las Vegas after winning the primary. John Locher/AP hide caption

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Democrats See Nevada As 'The Model' For A Blue Wave

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In a video produced by ACRONYM, woman calls 911 and informs the police Todd doesn't plan to vote. ACRONYM/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Getting Out The Youth Vote With A Dash Of Snark

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"I Am Woman" singer Helen Reddy performs in 1970. Ian Dickson/Redferns/Getty Images hide caption

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You're Gonna Hear Them Roar: 'I Am Woman' Is An Anthem Beyond Its Era

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Paramedic Larrecsa Cox (center) and her quick-response team, including police Officer Stephanie Coffey (left) and Pastor Virgil Johnson (right), check in at the home in Huntington, W.Va., of someone who was revived a few days before from an overdose. Sarah McCammon/NPR hide caption

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Knocking On Doors To Get Opioid Overdose Survivors Into Treatment

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