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'This Has Rocked Us To Our Knees:' Christchurch Mourns After Shooting

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Christchurch's residents are coming to terms with Friday's shooting that killed at least 50 people. Many are showing support for the Muslim community, which is struggling to process the attacks.

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Karen O And Danger Mouse Join Forces For 'Lux Prima'

Sunday, March 17, 2019

Lux Prima is a new nine-song album that features otherworldly orchestrations from Grammy-winning artist Danger Mouse and vocals from Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O.

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Feeling Lucky? 7 Stories Of Good Luck For St. Patrick's Day

Sunday, March 17, 2019

As luck would have it, NPR reported plenty of stories this past year of people who have been fortunate — whether by gaining something good, or escaping something bad. Here are seven "lucky" tales.

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Peter Kaiser Takes First In Iditarod — Marking A Win For Alaskan Natives

Saturday, March 16, 2019

Kaiser is the first musher of Yup'ik descent to win the Iditarod sled dog race. His win is a significant point of pride for Alaska's indigenous people.

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'Strands Of Love' Connects Generations Of An African-American Family

Friday, March 15, 2019

For one year, New York-based photographer Shuran Huang followed the Collins family to church, baseball fields and their family-run barbershop.

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3 Billboards In Baltimore: How One Woman Is Trying To Find Her Sister's Killer

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Jennifer Carrieri's twin was shot and murdered in an empty parking lot in 1996, but nobody knows why. This year, Carrieri put up billboards in Baltimore, Md., in the hopes of solving the cold case.

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Instead Of Wrestling A Girl, High Schooler Chooses To Forfeit State Wrestling Match

Sunday, March 10, 2019

Brendan Johnston refused to compete against Jaslynn Gallegos because of her gender. Gallegos went on to place fifth but is frustrated to be treated differently as an athlete because she's a girl.

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Underdiagnosed Male Eating Disorders Are Becoming Increasingly Identified

Saturday, March 02, 2019

NPR's Michel Martin talks with journalist Soledad O'Brien about her recent reporting on eating disorders among male athletes. O'Brien said social media played a big role in these eating disorders.

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'Here's The Story Of Bonnie And Clyde': Gangster Duo's Poems Go Up For Auction

Saturday, March 02, 2019

Original poems by the gangsters Bonnie and Clyde are going up for auction on May 4 in Texas. The poems reveal a more authentic side to the often glamorized duo.

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Racism In American South Inspired Gary Clark Jr.'s 'This Land'

Saturday, February 23, 2019

On his latest multigenre album, Clark is unapologetically angry. He tells NPR's Michel Martin what inspired it: "That's what came out as a result of ... life being black in this country."

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Talkin' Birds: The Great Backyard Bird Count

Saturday, February 16, 2019

Bird lovers around the world are counting birds this weekend for the annual Great Backyard Bird Count, which provides valuable data for avian research.

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U.Va. Students Investigate Their Yearbook's Racist History — Starting With Its Title

Sunday, February 10, 2019

In poring through past yearbooks, the student journalists are reckoning with the racist history of both their state and their campus. A historian says the yearbook's title itself refers to blackface.

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Defying Parents, A Teen Decides To Get Vaccinated

Saturday, February 09, 2019

Ethan Lindenberger had never received vaccines for diseases like polio or measles because his mom is anti-vaccine. Now he's 18, he's finally getting his shots.

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Dogs Have Their Day: AKC Dog Museum Opens In New York City

Friday, February 08, 2019

From the educational to the artful, the American Kennel Club Museum of the Dog is reopening in New York City, featuring lots of artifacts about our furry, four-legged friends.

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Poor Students More Likely To Play Football, Despite Brain Injury Concerns

Sunday, February 03, 2019

Many wealthy families have chosen not to have their children play football, but for lower-income students, football is still seen as a ticket to a better education.

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Baltimore State's Attorney Will No Longer Prosecute Marijuana Possession Cases

Sunday, February 03, 2019

In her announcement Tuesday, Marilyn Mosby argued the move will improve police-community relations and allow the city to dedicate more time and resources to fighting violent crimes.

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Journalists Raise Money, Post Jobs And Buy Beers For Peers After A Week Of Layoffs

Saturday, January 26, 2019

After Buzzfeed, Gannett and Verizon's media group announced job losses this week, journalists across the country banded together to offer support.

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A Slimy Discovery: New Fossil Found Of Jawless, Backless Hagfish

Saturday, January 26, 2019

The hagfish may not be as primitive as once thought, thanks to a new fossil discovery. NPR's Scott Simon asks The Atlantic science writer Ed Yong about his recent piece on hagfish and their slime.

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Could The 10-Year Challenge Be Putting Your Data At Risk?

Sunday, January 20, 2019

The viral 10-Year Challenge on social media could train facial recognition technology on how we age, and potentially be used against us, argues author and tech consultant Kate O'Neill.

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U.K. Bridal Boutique Celebrates Wedding Dresses And Wheelchairs

Sunday, January 13, 2019

A window display at the shop in Portishead, England, went viral on social media for featuring a mannequin wearing a wedding dress while in a wheelchair.

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