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Correspondent Roy Wood Jr. reacts to 2016 presidential election returns on The Daily Show with Trevor Noah. Jason Kempin/Getty Images for Comedy Central hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: 'Daily Show' Correspondent Roy Wood Jr.; Growing Up Undocumented

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A 1950 photo of Kay (aka "Tubby") Johnston in her King's Dairy Little League team uniform hangs in a special exhibit honoring women in baseball, at the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, N.Y. Courtesy of Kay Johnston Massar hide caption

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A Little League Of Her Own: The First Girl In Little League Baseball

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Lt. Col. Bryan (Bree) Fram marches in DC Pride Parade on June 10, 2017. Nic Maloney/Courtesy of B. Fram hide caption

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Transgender Air Force Officer On Trump's Ban And Supportive Fellow Troops

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Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh, right, speaks with his disciples in this undated photo in Rajneeshpuram, Ore. Jack Smith/AP hide caption

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Religion, Libertarian Cults And The American West In 'Wild Wild Country'

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Actor Danny Trejo, shown here in 2014, produced the documentary Survivors Guide To Prison, which focuses on injustices within the criminal justice system. Charley Gallay/Getty Images for Disney hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Actor Danny Trejo; The Evolution Of Artificial Intelligence

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At their StoryCorps interview in Houston, Tanai Benard, 34, and her son, Dezmond Floyd, 10, discuss what's become a grim yet routine topic at schools: active shooter drills. Alletta Cooper/StoryCorps hide caption

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'There Is No Handbook For This': A Mother And Son Talk About School Shootings

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Ya Kaka, left, and Hauwa, right, who were captured by Boko Haram in 2014, pose with Statue of Liberty impersonators in Times Square. Stephanie Sinclair /Too Young to Wed hide caption

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A supporter of Russian President Vladimir Putin campaigns for him in Red Square in central Moscow. Jolie Myers/NPR hide caption

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After Election Landslide, It's Putin's Russia (More Than Ever)

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Alt.Latino host Felix Contreras interviews Amara La Negra over lunch. Marisa Arbona-Ruiz/NPR hide caption

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Amara La Negra On Her Roots, Miami Reality And Barbecue

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Luis Alberto Urrea was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize for his 2004 book The Devil's Highway: A True Story, about a group of Mexican men who cross the border into the United States. Joe Mazza/Little Brown hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Author Luis Alberto Urrea; Personal Essayist Tim Kreider

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Mohammad Ashraf Faridi (left) with his son, Muhammad Faridi, at a StoryCorps interview in New York City. Mia Warren/StoryCorps hide caption

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'Hey, Taxi Boy': A Son On The Lessons He Learned From His Cabdriver Dad

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From The 'Fresh Air' Archives: Eddie Bunker, Who Honed His Writing Craft In Prison

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John Oliver's HBO show, Last Week Tonight, returned for its fifth season in February. HBO hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: John Oliver; Transgender Activist Sarah McBride

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