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After his company's response to the Parkland shooting, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack became an unlikely corporate face of gun control. Scott Dalton/Invision for DICK'S Sporting Goods/AP Images hide caption

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Soul-Searching After Parkland, Dick's CEO Embraces Tougher Stance On Guns

Ed Stack is a gun owner who was a longtime Republican donor. A year after Dick's Sporting Goods became an unlikely corporate face of gun control, it sees the fallout from its policy and lobbying.

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Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is a well-liked Republican governor in a heavily Democratic state. Observers are looking for clues as to whether he'd challenge President Trump in 2020. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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'Watch What We're Doing': Could Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan Challenge Trump In 2020?

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A border fence is seen near the Rio Grande which marks the boundary between Mexico and the United States on February 09, 2019, in Eagle Pass, Texas. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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'Agreement In Principle' Reached On Border Security Funding, Top Republican Says

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After his company's response to the Parkland shooting, Dick's Sporting Goods CEO Ed Stack became an unlikely corporate face of gun control. Scott Dalton/Invision for DICK'S Sporting Goods/AP Images hide caption

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Soul-Searching After Parkland, Dick's CEO Embraces Tougher Stance On Guns

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The group Handicap International (now known as Humanity & Inclusion) has provided aid in Burundi for 26 years. (Above) Thierry, age 9, was born without his left leg and received a prosthesis from the group, which is now pulling out of the country. Evrard Niyomwungere/Humanity & Inclusion hide caption

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Why Burundi Is Kicking Out Aid Groups

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A man who goes by the name Dave Carvagio holds a packaged syringe in Pickering Square in Bangor, Maine. The Bangor chapter of the Church of Safe Injection sets up a table in the square and offers free naloxone, needles and other drug-using supplies. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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'Church Of Safe Injection' Offers Needles, Naloxone To Prevent Opioid Overdoses

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