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Consider This from NPR

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The U.S. election results will reverberate around the world

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The Supreme Court leaves a Trump-era offshore tax in place on investors

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6 things Trump says at his rallies and what they really mean

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A data tool being used to challenge voter registrations is raising many concerns

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Are Biden's immigration moves at odds? Homeland Security chief says they can coexist

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Vice presidents can make or break a candidate. Here's how Trump is choosing

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In 2023, a mass shooter attacked The Covenant School, a private Christian school in Nashville, Tennessee, and three mothers were compelled to act. Their mission: help pass some kind of gun control in one of the reddest states in the country, a state where the Republican Party has a supermajority in the legislature. But these women aren't your typical gun control activists. They're lifelong conservatives, believers in the Second Amendment and – at first – sure that their own party will understand their concerns. In episode 1 of Supermajority from NPR's Embedded, host Meribah Knight follows the women as they enter the state capitol for the first time in their adult lives. Will these political newcomers get what they came for? And what happens if they challenge those in power to do it? To listen to this series sponsor-free and support NPR, sign up for Embedded+ in Apple Podcasts or at

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Judy Garland's hometown hopes a good witch will help purchase Dorothy's ruby slippers

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Biden vs. Trump remains close, so next week's debate offers them an opportunity

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National security experts warn that extreme weather threatens elections this year

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A retired federal judge says Judge Cannon appears to show 'favoritism' toward Trump

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Introducing Supermajority from NPR and WPLN

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It's easy to believe young voters could back Trump at young conservative conference

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Trump challenges Biden to cognitive test, but confuses name of doctor who tested him

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Biden says the next president may get to name two Supreme Court justices

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When a Trump rally T-shirt is more than just a shirt

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A major disinformation research team's future is uncertain after political attacks

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What the Supreme Court decision on bump stocks could mean for guns in the U.S.

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