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California’s citizens redistricting commission is designed to be nonpartisan, but its final congressional and legislative maps could change party politics. This week, the commission is reviewing lots of public comments and considering potential changes.
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    NPR's annual list of the year's best albums is full of work by musicians who hit career peaks, discovered their voices or willed something new into reality.
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    A singer and composer whose songs bridged Native and numerous mainstream styles, Shenandoah was driven to create, and to share her history, with audiences around the world.
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