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In her bid for the presidency, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., is pushing for a breakup of big tech companies, including Facebook and Amazon. Olivia Sun/NPR hide caption

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Opening Arguments: Conversations With 2020 Presidential Candidates

Sen. Elizabeth Warren Takes Longtime Fight For A 'Level Playing Field' To 2020 Race

Warren is pushing for the breakup of big tech, citing what she calls an unfair advantage. In an interview with NPR about her core campaign messages, Warren also discussed trade and climate change.

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Hundreds of schoolchildren take part in a climate protest in Hong Kong Friday. So-called 'school strikes' were planned in more than 100 countries and territories, including the U.S., to protest governments' failure to act against global warming. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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Skipping School Around The World To Push For Action On Climate Change

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After voters in Idaho passed Medicaid expansion by 61 percent, some state lawmakers are trying to make the process for putting citizen-driven initiatives on the ballot more difficult. James Dawson/Boise State Public Radio hide caption

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Idaho Voters Speak Up As Lawmakers Work To Make Ballot Initiative Process Harder

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Behind the World Balmorhea
Sky Could Undress Balmorhea
Truth Lies Low Andrew Bird
Above the Trees Endless Dive
Stoky 335 Endless Dive
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Shotzy Harrison in 2013 with her father, James Flavy Coy Brown, at StoryCorps in Winston-Salem, N.C. Not long after, Brown, then 49, left his daughter's home and she hasn't seen him since. Anita Rao/StoryCorps hide caption

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A Father-Daughter Relationship Strained By 'Mental Illness And Time'

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In her bid for the presidency, Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., is pushing for a breakup of big tech companies, including Facebook and Amazon. Olivia Sun/NPR hide caption

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Sen. Elizabeth Warren Blasts Big Tech, Advocates Taxing Rich In 2020 Race

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