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Camila Cabello Is In Control: 'I Express Myself However I Want'

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The former Fifth Harmony member discusses migrating from Cuba, going solo and defining her own sex appeal.

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Plane Skids Off Runway In Turkey Onto Cliff Edge, No Injuries Reported

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The Pegasus Airlines flight was derailed off the tarmac as it landed and went hurtling over a cliff, leaving the aircraft dangling over the Black Sea nose first.

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Kaveh Akbar Is Poetry's Biggest Cheerleader

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Akbar, a poet himself, waves his pom poms for the form at DiveDapper, a site dedicated to in-depth interviews with his favorite poets. He says he wants to live his life "in joyful service" to poetry.

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Former U.S. Sen. John Tunney, Inspiration For Redford's 'The Candidate,' Dies At 83

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The senator was once viewed as the future of the Democratic Party. But his political career was cut short by a conservative tide, and his own missteps that distanced him from liberals.

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Making The Case That Discrimination Is Bad For Your Health

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The researcher who coined the term "weathering" talks with Gene Demby about health, hard data, and why it took so long for people to come around to the idea that discrimination hurts bodies.

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38 Minutes Of Panic In Hawaii

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Hawaiian authorities mistakenly sent an alert, warning of an incoming ballistic missile. It took 38 minutes to let people know it was a false alarm.

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A Border Town's Mayor On Immigration

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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Rio Grande City Mayor Joel Villarreal about what this week's DACA and border security conversations mean for this city on the U.S.-Mexico border.

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Africans React To Trump's Vulgar Comment

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Africans across the continent reacted with a mixture of horror and humor when President Trump used a vulgar term to describe their countries.

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Author Edwidge Danticat On The Immigrant Experience

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NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro speaks with Haitian-American author Edwidge Danticat about her experience as a Haitian immigrant after President Trump referred to her country using a vulgar term.

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Behind The Genius Of Guinness, Ireland's Most Popular Tourist Attraction

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Dublin's Guinness Storehouse is a cross between a museum and a marketing campaign, and an homage to the history and taste of the world's best-known stout.

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Gerrymandering In Maryland

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Democrats overwhelmingly represent Maryland, in Annapolis and in Congress. Democratic delegate Kirill Reznik tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about how that makes him feel about gerrymandering.

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Ken Starr On Investigating A President

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Kenneth Starr led the investigation of President Clinton in the 1990s. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with the former independent counsel about Robert Mueller's investigation of President Trump.

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Oregonians Adapt To Pumping Their Own Gas

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In Oregon, residents of rural counties can now pump their own gas. For lifelong Oregonians, it marks a significant change to what they're used to.

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Remembering A Comet-Discoverer

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Thomas Bopp, who helped discover the Hale-Bopp Comet in 1995, died last week.

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Rep. Pete Aguilar On DACA

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Democratic Rep. Pete Aguilar of California has been working on bipartisan legislation on DACA and border security. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro and Aguilar discuss the bill that is now in limbo.

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