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Jill Biden spoke to NPR about her new book and her husband Joe Biden's recent overture to Anita Hill. "He apologized for the way the hearings were run. And so now it's kind of — it's time to move on," she said. Tsering Bista/NPR hide caption

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Jill Biden Says 'It's Time To Move On' From Anita Hill Controversy

The wife of 2020 Democratic candidate Joe Biden spoke to NPR about her new book, Where The Light Enters, reflecting on her life with the former vice president.

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Jill Biden spoke to NPR about her new book and her husband Joe Biden's recent overture to Anita Hill. "He apologized for the way the hearings were run. And so now it's kind of — it's time to move on," she said. Tsering Bista/NPR hide caption

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Jill Biden Says 'It's Time To Move On' From Anita Hill Controversy

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My Final Scene Ambient Jazz Ensemble
The Secret Ambient Jazz Ensemble
Giant Henge Javier Vercher/Ferenc Nemeth
While You're Fading Stèv
Lain Is Dreaming Stèv
Mi Rumba Sofi Tukker & ZHU
Daised Melorman

"Youth is a powerful drug, you know? I was on a mission. So, yeah, I wasn't gonna let anything stop me," Ani DiFranco says. Danny Clinch/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ani DiFranco Relives Her Indie Rock Rise: 'I Wanted A Different Kind Of Power'

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Deferred Gratification Ani DiFranco
Pacifist's Lament Ani DiFranco

A magazine's cover line in Beijing asks, "How will Trump the businessman change the world?" on Dec. 28, 2016, days after then President-elect Donald Trump tapped outspoken China critic Peter Navarro for a top trade position. Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Inside The White House's Bitter Fight Over China

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Democrats Want To End Dark Money, But First They Want To Use It

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Crossings Slowly Rolling Camera
Hyperloop Slowly Rolling Camera
Wooden Lines Tristan De Liege
Arches Tristan De Liege
We Were Never There Nym
The Reverie Bossk
Kobe Bossk
Coming Home Soular Order
An Island Soular Order
Intruders The Antlers

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