Ghost River: The Fall and Rise of the Conestoga, a new graphic novel and art exhibit, depicts a gruesome, footnoted incident in American history — the Conestoga Massacre. The massacre was an act of brutality that killed an entire community of Native people and almost erased their voices from history. Ghost River hopes to give that voice back, reenvisioning the events through the eyes of Native people. (The comic is available to read online.

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NPR has adopted key communities to focus on this election year. NPR's Steve Inskeep will focus on Charlotte and NPR's Ari Shapiro will visit Pueblo.

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Democratic presidential candidates turned up the heat on fronterunner Bernie Sanders. They went after the cost of his agenda, and whether his nomination would cost the party seats in Congress.

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Women in prison, when compared with incarcerated men, often receive disproportionately harsh punishments for minor violations of prison rules, according to a report released Wednesday by a federal fact-finding agency.

If you're looking to sell your home and avoid people tromping through your living room at open houses, there's a new option that's becoming popular in many parts of the country. Companies called iBuyers, or instant buyers, use computer algorithms to make you an offer, often within a day.

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