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Veterans discuss the state of politics in Pennsylvania at American Legion Post 175 in Washington, Penn., on Feb 28. Cheryl Diaz Meyer for NPR hide caption

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Politics

Pennsylvania Election: Regional Race Could Offer Clues About Midterms Voter Turnout

The election in southwest Pennsylvania on March 13 is being closely watched by Democrats and Republicans looking for early clues about how Americans will vote in the midterm elections.

Most Definitely Eisley dios trio
Root Wood dios trio
Through Your Eyes Stan Forebee
Anchor Man Dan the Automator

Andrew Lloyd Webber's new memoir, Unmasked, covers the composer's life and creative process. Gregg Delman /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Andrew Lloyd Webber's Genius Is 'Unmasked' In New Memoir

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Cats Suite for orchestra London Symphony Orchestra & Andrew Lloyd Webber

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Pennsylvania Election: Regional Race Could Offer Clues About Midterms Voter Turnout

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Illuminate Us Aiolos Rue
Just For Kicks Aiolos Rue

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Mosques Consider Sanctuary For Immigrants

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Granite Rock Free the Robots

Huntington, W.V. Fire Chief Jan Rader is a central figure in the Netflix documentary short Heroin(e). Rebecca Kiger/Netflix hide caption

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'Heroin(e)': The Women Fighting Addiction In Appalachia

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NPR's Frank Langfitt and his family, left to right, Christopher, Katie and Julie Langfitt, went "champing" — church camping — inside the historic St. Katherine's Church in England. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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My Night Camping In An 18th Century Church In England

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The son of Afrobeat icon Fela Kuti, Seun Kuti inherited his father's band and his preference for political songwriting with infectious grooves. Alexis Maryon /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Seun Kuti Furthers His Father's Message On 'Black Times'

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Theory of Goat and Yam Seun Kuti
Kuku Kee Me Seun Kuti