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The 12 jurors who served on former President Trump's hush money trial can choose whether or not to remain anonymous. Getty Images hide caption

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What will life look like for jurors after the Trump trial?

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Located less than an hour outside Madison, Wis., Columbia County has both city commuters and people in more rural, small towns. Portage, with a population of around 10,000, is the largest town in the county. Jeongyoon Han/NPR hide caption

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One voted Biden. One picked Trump. It's a tale of two counties in pivotal Wisconsin

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President Biden speaks to graduating students at the Morehouse College commencement Sunday in Atlanta. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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At Morehouse, Biden says dissent should be heard because democracy is 'still the way'

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Earlier this month, President Biden spoke about protests that have roiled many U.S. college campuses. Among their demands is for the Israeli military to leave Gaza. Biden said students have a right to protest but not to be disruptive. He is set to speak at Morehouse College in Atlanta on Sunday. Drew Angerer/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Poder Latinx canvasser Humberto Orjuela helps Andres Navarro register to vote in a Presidente Supermarket parking lot in Orlando on April 20. New restrictions in Florida have made voter registration work more difficult for Poder Latinx and other third-party groups. Keren Carrión/NPR hide caption

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Groups that register voters are feeling besieged by new state laws

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The offices of Resource Center Matamoros. The nonprofit works with asylum-seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border. Verónica Gabriela Cárdenas for NPR hide caption

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How a migrant aid group got caught up in a right-wing social media thread

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West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey last year. With his win in today's primary, the Republican will face against Democrat Steve Williams for governor in November. Jeff Dean/AP hide caption

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Maryland Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate and Prince George's County Executive Angela Alsobrooks reacts after a voter tells her he voted for her outside at the Marilyn Praisner Community Recreation Center on May 14 in Burtonsville, Md. Andrew Harnik/Getty Images hide caption

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Maryland Democrats pick Angela Alsobrooks to take on Hogan for open U.S. Senate seat

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Rep. Byron Donalds, R-Fla., vice president hopeful and North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, House Speaker Mike Johnson, former GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy and Rep. Cory Mills, R-Fla., joined the former president in court Tuesday morning. Curtis Means/Daily Mail/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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A line forms Monday outside the courthouse for a chance to sit in on the 16th day of former President Trump's hush-money trial in Manhattan, N.Y. José A. Alvarado Jr. for NPR hide caption

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These people waited hours to see the Trump hush-money trial up close. Here's why

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Flanked by union members, President Biden signs orders that increase tariffs on imports of electric vehicles and other strategic goods from China. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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