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Neil McLeod, owner of Neil's Bigleaf Maple Syrup farm, keeps a close eye on his reducing sap for out of control foaming. Anna King/Northwest News Network hide caption

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'Franchise' Tracks The Rise And Role Of Fast Food In Black America

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Mike Pompeo is accusing veteran NPR journalist Mary Louise Kelly of lying to him. NPR's senior leadership says it stands by Kelly's reporting on the secretary of state. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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President Trump's personal attorney Jay Sekulow (center) stands with his son, Jordan Sekulow (left), and White House counsel Pat Cipollone in the Capitol on Saturday. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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Volunteer medics clear the ruins of a medical tent near Tahrir Square in Baghdad on Saturday after security forces stormed the area. They said security forces set the tent on fire, burning everything in it, including medical supplies. Jane Arraf/NPR hide caption

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Demonstrators protest against the Citizenship Amendment Act near Jamia Millia Islamia on Dec. 15 in New Delhi. Sanjeev Verma/Hindustan Times via Getty Images hide caption

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'Our Democracy Is In Danger': Muslims In India Say Police Target Them With Violence

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Protesters wearing Sardines, figurines and banners join the first national rally organized by the Sardine Movement in San Giovanni Square, on Dec. 14, 2019 in Rome. Alessandra Benedetti/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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In this July 27, 1974, file photo, Rep. Thomas Railsback, R-Ill., right, confers with chairman Peter Rodino, D-N.J., during the House Judiciary Committee's debate on impeachment articles drafted against President Richard Nixon. AP hide caption

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Remembering A Congressman Who Bucked His Party On An Impeachment

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(L-R) Tanya, Rachel and Petra Haden. "We usually just naturally gravitate towards a harmony," Tanya says. Shervin Lainez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On Their Latest Album, The Haden Triplets Sing 'The Family Songbook'

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'Interior Chinatown' Puts That Guy In The Background Front And Center

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Hank Bolden, shown here at The Hartt School, is an atomic veteran — one of thousands of soldiers present at secret U.S. nuclear weapons tests that took place during the Cold War. Ryan Caron King/Connecticut Public Radio hide caption

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6 Decades Later, This Atomic Vet Is Finishing His Music Education

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House impeachment manager Rep. Val Demings, D-Fla., speaks during the impeachment trial against President Trump Friday. AP hide caption

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Democrats Conclude Opening Arguments; Election Security Risks Persist

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