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The trumpeter prefaces his third song with a story about his experience of police brutality in New Orleans, where he grew up. It's called "Ku Klux Police Department."

Pauline Cafferkey is now in isolation at the Royal Free Hospital in North London, where she was treated in January for Ebola. Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Goats and Soda

Scottish Nurse Who Recovered From Ebola Is Back In Isolation

Pauline Cafferkey, who caught the virus last winter in Sierra Leone, was taken to the hospital with an "unusual late complication" from her previous infection. That's a surprise — and a concern.

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Fighters from the Islamic State group parade in Raqqa, northern Syria. The U.S. is considering arming Arab and Kurdish fighters who are poised to attack the Islamic State stronghold. Uncredited/AP hide caption

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U.S. Shelves Program Intended To Train Syrian Rebels

The U.S. will shift the focus to training so-called "enablers" in Turkey. Those leaders of opposition groups will gather intelligence and coordinate airstrikes with existing fighters.

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Mexico Says It Will Allow International Experts To Revisit Missing Students Case

Mexico says it will allow seven experts from five countries to re-examine the crime area. Mexican officials have said 43 students were kidnapped, murdered and burned.

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The Salt

Could A Mushroom Save The Honeybee?

The bees that pollinate crops are on the brink of collapse. One big reason why: a virus-carrying mite. Now, researchers think a rare fungi could boost bees' immune system and attack the mite itself.

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December, 2013: A Tunisian boy waves a flag as he runs at a rally in Tunis, marking the third anniversary of Tunisia's revolution. A prominent member of the group that's credited with averting civil war in the country says the group acted "to give hope to young people." Zoubeir Souissi /Reuters/Landov hide caption

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How Tunisia's 'Quartet' Thwarted Civil War And Won The Nobel Peace Prize

Before the Quartet was formed, Tunisia seemed doomed to walk the same path of violence, retributions and political chaos that had wreaked havoc in Egypt.

Paul Prudhomme leads a cooking demonstration after then-Agriculture Secretary Kathleen Merrigan (second from right) discussed food hubs in New Orleans in 2013. Kathleen Flynn/The Times-Picayune/Landov hide caption

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How Chef Paul Prudhomme Invented Cajun-Creole Fusion Food

Chef Paul Prudhomme, who died Thursday at 75, revolutionized Cajun and Creole cuisine and helped popularize it throughout the world. He also created a craze for "blackened" everything.

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