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Mike Pence, pondering a presidential run, condemns Trump's rhetoric on Jan. 6

Former Vice President Mike Pence tells Morning Edition that he and former President Donald Trump have gone "our separate ways." Pence looks back on pivotal moments and ahead to what he might do next.

J. Edgar Hoover is seen in his Washington, D.C., office in 1936. A new biography of the long-time FBI director looks at public support for his policies during most of his tenure. AP hide caption

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Biography traces public support for J. Edgar Hoover in most of his 48 years in power

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Exhibit creator Susannah Perlman poses in front of the "tiny home" on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. Catie Dull/NPR hide caption

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An art exhibit on the National Mall honors health care workers who died of COVID

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Mike Pence, pondering a presidential run, condemns Trump's rhetoric on Jan. 6

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A Union Pacific freight train carries cargo along a rail line at sunset in Bosler, Wyoming, on August 13, 2022. Patrick T. Fallon/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Largest rail union rejects contract, stoking fears of a strike

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