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Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announces his run for the 2020 presidency at A&R Solar on March 1 in Seattle. He says tackling climate change should be "Job 1" for the next president. Karen Ducey/Getty Images hide caption

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Gov. Jay Inslee Says Washington State Is A 'Template For Success' For The U.S.

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Florida Panhandle Still Feeling Effects Of Michael As New Hurricane Season Begins

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University of New Hampshire police recently participated in a training on hate crimes. The police chief enlisted the help of a traveling workshop organized by two advocacy groups. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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'We Need To Evolve': Police Get Help To Improve Hate Crime Tracking

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Democratic presidential candidate and former Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper says Democrats need to focus on "kitchen table issues" like jobs in order to beat President Trump in 2020. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Former Colorado Governor And 2020 Candidate Urges Distance From 'Socialism'

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A lot of Iowa business owners in towns like Mount Pleasant are facing chronic labor shortages. One solution is to encourage more outsiders to come to the state, including immigrants. Jim Zarroli/NPR hide caption

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With Workers Hard To Find, Immigration Crackdown Leaves Iowa Town In A Bind

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In his home in León, Olivas-Bejarano looks through an album with photographs of his time in the United States. Alicia Vera for NPR hide caption

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Deported After Living In The U.S. For 26 Years, He Navigates A New Life In Mexico

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Widows Of Police Suicide Speak Out

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Kim has been living at the Epiphany Center, a treatment facility in San Francisco for women struggling with addiction, for the past six months. She says her teddy bear is her only material possession left from her past: "Because everything I had, I've lost over and over again." April Dembosky/KQED hide caption

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As Meth Use Surges, First Responders Struggle To Help Those In Crisis

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Yoga Guru Creates Retail Empire Amid Wave Of Hindu Nationalism

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Rep. Ilhan Omar Talks About Her Life And Embattled First Months In Congress

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In Massachusetts last July, several Franklin County Jail inmates were watched by a nurse and a corrections officer after receiving their daily doses of buprenorphine, a drug that helps control opioid cravings. By some estimates, at least half to two-thirds of today's U.S. jail population has a substance use or dependence problem. Elise Amendola/AP hide caption

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County Jails Struggle With A New Role As America's Prime Centers For Opioid Detox

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