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Politics

This Family Doesn't Agree On Trump — But They Await His Presidency Together

Danny McNeish voted for Hillary Clinton; his father and stepmother voted for Donald Trump. And though they disagree on who's best for the country, this Virginia family keeps things civil, even calm.

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Gwen Ifill, A Life Remembered

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Till We Meet Again Elizabeth Cotten
Lit From Underneath Andrew Bird
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This Family Doesn't Agree On Trump — But They Await His Presidency Together

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Motherland Michael Yezerski
I Like It Like That Rebirth Brass Band
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'Musicians Don't Retire': A Tribe Called Quest On The Work Ahead

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We The People... A Tribe Called Quest
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Turkey's Trump Towers rise above the Sisli district in Istanbul, the city's European side. In this case it's Trump in name only – the Turkish owners paid for the right to use the name Trump Towers. Offices are situated above a shopping mall. Emrah Gurel/AP hide caption

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Turkey's Leader And Supporters Give Trump Benefit Of The Doubt — For Now

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Chief Lettuce

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Trump Vows To End 'Sanctuary Cities,' But No One Can Agree What That Label Means

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Concept 1 Kodomo
Monarchs Datach'i
Don't Go Lose It Baby Hugh Masekela

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Nina Diaz Is On The Other Side

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