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Getting To The Core Of Exercises Said To Strengthen 'Mum Tum'

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NPR listeners had lots of questions after our story about diastasis recti, a medical condition of abdominal muscles that's common among new moms. Many wanted to know more about how to fix the problem.

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Church Leaders In Philippines Condemn Bloody War On Drugs

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Manila's cardinal and another senior cleric have harshly criticized what human rights groups call extrajudicial killings that have claimed more than 5,000 lives in the past 14 months.

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The Women Behind The 'Alt-Right'

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Women in the movement have built Internet presences around boosting white nationalist ideologies. But journalist Seyward Darby says that outspokenness is at odds with male white nationalists' ideas.

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Wreckage Of USS Indianapolis, Sunk By Japanese In WWII, Found In Pacific

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The cruiser was returning from a secret mission to deliver atomic bomb components when she was sunk by a Japanese submarine. The ensuing loss of life is the large in the history of the U.S. Navy.

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Mass Held In Barcelona To Honor Victims Of Terror Attacks

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The service was held as authorities continue a manhunt for the 22-year-old Moroccan believed to be the driver of a van that plowed into pedestrians on a popular promenade.

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Comedian And Civil Rights Activist Dick Gregory Dies At 84

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Gregory was known for his sharp satire, political activism and health advocacy. He went on multiple hunger strikes to protest issues like the Vietnam War and police brutality.

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Some Liberty University Grads Are Returning Their Diplomas To Protest Trump

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A group of alumni from one of the nation's most influential evangelical Christian universities is condemning their school's president for his continued alignment with President Trump.

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As India's Climate Changes, Farmers In The North Experiment With New Crops

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Farmers are starting to grow new crops in winter, when their fields usually lie fallow. Meanwhile, air pollution, which contributes to climate change, is weakening India's solar energy production.

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Dick Gregory, Comedian And Civil Rights Activist, Dies At 84

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Civil rights activist and comedian Dick Gregory has died at the age of 84. He was one of first African-Americans to perform at white clubs, and became an icon.

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How To Talk Race With Your Family: Ask Code Switch

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We asked you to send us your racial conundrums. And in the first 'Ask Code Switch,' we take on a big one: How do you talk to family members whose racial views seem stuck in the Stone Age?

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Racial Issues Have Often Been A Test for U.S. Presidents With Conflicted Feelings

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President Eisenhower was not a fan of the 1954 Supreme Court order against segregated schools; but he sent the 101st Airborne Division to Little Rock, Ark., to ensure it was enforced at Central High.

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Robert E. Lee's Descendant On Confederate Statues

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The Rev. Robert Wright Lee, a nephew many generations removed of Robert E. Lee, tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro why the statue of the Confederate general in Charlottesville must come down.

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Russian Bots Tweeting Calls To Fire McMaster, Former FBI Agent Says

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An online tracker developed by former FBI agent Clint Watts has identified Russian bots as responsible for many tweets urging the firing of National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster.

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Scouring For New Music With 'Alt.Latino'

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Alt.Latino host Felix Contreras recently returned from the Latin American Music Conference in New York and presents some musical gems he discovered there.

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Spain Mourns Attack Victims

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Mourners gathered at Barcelona's most famous church to pray for the victims of the attacks in Spain.

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Church Leaders In Philippines Condemn Bloody War On Drugs

Manila's cardinal and another senior cleric have harshly criticized what human rights groups call extrajudicial...

Wreckage Of USS Indianapolis, Sunk By Japanese In WWII, Found In Pacific

The cruiser was returning from a secret mission to deliver atomic bomb components when she was sunk by a Japanese...

Mass Held In Barcelona To Honor Victims Of Terror Attacks

The service was held as authorities continue a manhunt for the 22-year-old Moroccan believed to be the driver of a...

Confederate Statues Were Built To Further A 'White Supremacist Future'

President Trump hasn't mentioned it as he's defended the memorabilia over the past week, but historians say the...

Racial Issues Have Often Been A Test for U.S. Presidents With Conflicted Feelings

President Eisenhower was not a fan of the 1954 Supreme Court order against segregated schools; but he sent the 101st...

As India's Climate Changes, Farmers In The North Experiment With New Crops

Farmers are starting to grow new crops in winter, when their fields usually lie fallow. Meanwhile, air pollution...

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