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Timothy Ivy for NPR

University of Mississippi students meet members of the school's Black Student Union from 1970. They were jailed and expelled from Ole Miss for protesting token integration.

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An Rong Xu for NPR

The 1970s-90s saw a wave of Taiwanese immigrants to the United States. Now, some of their children are moving to Taiwan — and navigating the complex feelings that go with it.

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Ayman Oghanna for NPR

The Palestinian Authority is poised for new leadership after its prime minister tendered the resignation of his cabinet. But it faces a steep climb to win back support from dissatisfied Palestinians.

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Ronit Fahl for NPR

A mystery has been brewing in a small ranching town on Hawaii's Big Island. Word has it that Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff bought the land, stirring worries about what he plans to do with it.

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Alex Brandon/AP

Abortion proved to be a major issue in the 2022 midterms and again in 2023. This year, the presidential race puts extra attention on the ballot. In Arizona, that means the issue is front and center.

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