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Decades After Clashing With The Klan, A Thriving Vietnamese Community In Texas

When Vietnamese immigrants first arrived in Texas, they received a hostile reception from locals who were concerned about competition. Now that immigrant community is thriving.

Chuck Williams, second from left, of the Orange County Sheriff's Department and other rescuers search for human remains in Paradise, Calif. with cadaver dog, Cinder. Bobby Allyn/NPR hide caption

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'Like Being In A War Zone': California Fire Search And Rescue Could Take Months

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Decades After Clashing With The Klan, A Thriving Vietnamese Community In Texas

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Colombia Tries To Get Farmers Away From The Cocaine Biz. How's That Going?

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Workers at a Wold Energy Partners well pad in Wyoming place gravel where oil tanks will soon stand. A spike in drilling in the state is getting a boost from new lease sales on public land. Cooper McKim/Wyoming Public Media hide caption

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Trump Push For 'Energy Dominance' Boosts Drilling On Public Land

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