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Demonstrators march in the Texas Capitol in Austin on Monday, protesting the state's newly passed anti-sanctuary cities bill, which empowers police to inquire about people's immigration status during routine interactions such as traffic stops. Meredith Hoffman/AP hide caption

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Artist and flipbooked.com founder Liza Tudor thumbs through "1st Steps," a flipbook of Nicole Garrens' son Zander's first steps. Tudor sent the flipbook to Garrens' husband, Roy, who's currently incarcerated in Texas. Noel Black for NPR hide caption

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Flipbooks Help Prisoners Stay Connected To Their Loved Ones

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Trump Hopes To Lure Companies Back To The U.S.With Lower Tax Rates

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Trump Delivers Memorial Day Address At Arlington National Cemetery

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After Trump's Visit, Merkel Signals Shift In U.S.-German Relations

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A memorial outside Jones' congressional office includes 568 pictures of Marines from Camp Lejeune — which is in Jones' district — who were killed in Iraq or Afghanistan. Susan Davis/NPR hide caption

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'Asking God To Forgive Me': N.C. Lawmaker Seeks Redemption For War Votes

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The Science Of Identifying Soldier Remains

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Hall Passes, Buses, Lunch Duty: What If The Principal Could Focus On Achievement?

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