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In 2010, Republican legislatures redrew some districts to be more favorable to their party. NPR's Linda Wertheimer talks to Jessica Post of the Democratic Legislative Campaign Committee.

In the Little Havana neighborhood of Miami, Fla., Cuban-Americans celebrated the death of Fidel Castro, the communist dictator who caused many of their families to leave Cuba.

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have responded to the vote recount that Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein has demanded in three states.

NPR's Scott Simon reflects on his time in Castro's Cuba and how its people struggled to persevere while under the rule of its dictator.

The Transportation Security Administration has been using social media to answer travelers' questions about what they can bring on commercial planes. Questions like, "Are meatballs allowed in carry-on bags?"

Miami is the home to the largest diaspora of Cuban exiles, who fled their country after Fidel Castro came to power and in the decades since.

The Australian media have been closely following the American presidential election. NPR's Scott Simon talks with Sydney radio host Richard Glover about the perspective from down under.

As President-elect Donald Trump huddles with his transition team in Manhattan, New York's top politicians are fighting Trump on his policies, especially on immigration.

NPR's Scott Simon and Ron Elving discuss the shape of President-elect Donald Trump's administration so far and what priorities he'll likely pursue early on.

NPR's Susan Stamberg is notorious for sharing her cranberry relish recipe on the air before Thanksgiving. But Weekend Edition has gone in search of other favorite recipes from NPR staff.




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