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Republican-Led Election Reviews Take Shape In Pennsylvania And Wisconsin

Leaders of the Pennsylvania and Wisconsin reviews had visited the widely discredited Arizona election review and now are helming similar GOP-led investigations in their home states.

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Blume II Nérija
Askim Kamasi Washington

Haitian migrants cross the Rio Grande on Wednesday to get food and water in Mexico, as seen from Ciudad Acuña, Mexico. The U.S. is allowing some migrants to enter the country and sending others back to Haiti. Pedro Pardo/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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How Haitian Migrants Are Getting To The U.S., And Where They May Go Next

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Opposed To The New Abortion Ban In Texas? Chicago Says Move On Up To The North

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Julian Hernandez (right), 12, a seventh-grader at Hillside School in Illinois, says he feels much safer being back in school knowing that a weekly testing program is identifying those who are sick with COVID-19. Christine Herman/WILL hide caption

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How Some Schools Are Using Weekly Testing To Keep Kids In Class — And COVID Out

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The Traveler Rob Levit
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Republican-Led Election Reviews Take Shape In Pennsylvania And Wisconsin

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Makiyah Hicks and Jonetta Harrison in front of their high school, Duke Ellington School of the Arts, in Washington, D.C. They are finalists in this year's NPR Student Podcast Challenge for their entry "Loss and Transformation." Dee Dwyer for NPR hide caption

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These Students Grew Up Around Gun Violence. They Decided It Was Time To Talk About It.

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