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Justice Department special counsel Robert Mueller (center) leaves after a closed meeting with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee on June 21, 2017, at the Capitol in Washington, D.C. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Elderly Trump Critics Await Mueller's Report — Sometimes Until Their Last Breath

Mitchell Tendler, a 93-year-old WWII vet, died recently. According to his son, one of his last statements was about the special counsel: "'I'm not going to see the Mueller report, am I?'"

Occasional Magic (Sun Glitters Remix) Yppah
Occasional Magic (Prequel Tapes Remix)
Borrasca Ottmar Leibert
August Moon Ottmar Leibert
Remembering Avishai Cohen
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Chilean Sunset LRKR
Evolve
Watchout [Explicit] Flohio
Lose Myself (Epic Gangsta Rap Mix) [Hip Hop] Breathtaking Beats
Beach Balls Jingle Punks
Cocktails & Drinks Various artists

Sen. Amy Klobuchar holds an event at Shift Cyclery & Coffee Bar in Eau Claire, Wis., on Feb. 16. Klobuchar is among the Democratic presidential hopefuls paying attention to Wisconsin in this election cycle. Cody Nelson/MPR News hide caption

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2020 Democrats Head To Wisconsin Early, Looking To Reverse 2016 Stumble

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Improv #10 - One Last Thought The Daydream Club
Improv #1 - A Tale of Two Modes
Realize Nosaj Thing
Erase Nosaj Thing
SNAKEskin The Shanghai Restoration Project feat. Corey Frye

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau makes an announcement at the Canadian Space Agency in Longueuil, Quebec on Feb. 28. A second member of his Cabinet resigned Monday over allegations that he tried to influence a criminal prosecution. Christinne Muschi/Reuters hide caption

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2nd Member Quits Justin Trudeau's Cabinet Over Allegations Against Canadian PM

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Elderly Trump Critics Await Mueller's Report — Sometimes Until Their Last Breath

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The Bee Plaid
Do Matter
Santa Rosa de los Andes Lagartijeando
Amazonas a los Andes Lagartijeando
Killer Queen Various Artists
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Wendy Chase was elected to the New Hampshire House in November. Her mission to pass paid parental leave was inspired by the decades of care her daughter required after being diagnosed with cancer at age 2. Glenn Chase/Courtesy of Wendy Chase hide caption

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Paid Family Leave Gains Momentum In States As Bipartisan Support Grows

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