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A small sign identifies the hamlet of Swastika, N.Y. When an outsider suggested the tiny northern hamlet of Swastika should change its name, town supervisors quickly rejected a change. Ben Rowe/Plattsburgh Press-Republican hide caption

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Swastika, New York, Is Keeping Its Name

When an outsider suggested the tiny northern hamlet of Swastika should change its name, town supervisors quickly rejected a change.

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When You Spot A Stray, Who You Gonna Call? In Rabat, ADAN Is Likely The Answer

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Demonstrators strike an effigy of President Trump outside the U.S. Consulate in Hong Kong during a May protest, following Trump's executive order aimed at revoking visas of Chinese nationals studying in the United States. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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As U.S. Revokes Chinese Students' Visas, Concerns Rise About Loss Of Research Talent

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How A Florida Elections Official Is Leaning On Creativity During A Complicated Year

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A small sign identifies the hamlet of Swastika, N.Y. When an outsider suggested the tiny northern hamlet of Swastika should change its name, town supervisors quickly rejected a change. Ben Rowe/Plattsburgh Press-Republican hide caption

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Swastika, New York, Is Keeping Its Name

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