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The crew of the Memphis Belle, a Flying Fortress B-17F, poses in front of their plane in 1943, in Asheville, N.C. AP hide caption

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History

At 75, A World War II Legend Gets A Full Makeover

At the Air Force museum in Dayton, technicians and volunteers are working to restore a unique piece of history. The B-17 bomber Memphis Belle is being carefully returned to its wartime appearance.

At 75, A World War II Legend Gets A Full Makeover

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Protestors demonstrating April 15 against President Trump's purported ties to foreign governments walk by the Trump hotel during in Washington, D.C. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Politics

House Oversight Panel Has Questions About Trump Businesses And Foreign Emoluments

The Constitution says federal officers can't take emoluments — money — from foreign governments and officials. Two lawmakers question Trump's plan to avoid the constitutional issue at his hotels.

Jose Cedillo, a 41-year-old former restaurant worker from Honduras, struggles to get health care for his diabetes. He often finds himself without a job and homeless on the streets of Baltimore. Doug Kapustin/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Hispanic Men Often Put Off Medical Care, Bringing Bigger Trouble

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Men are more likely than women to put off going to the doctor. Hispanic men can face complications of culture, language and cost that make that even more likely.

People walk through Moscow's Red Square in March. Both the House and Senate intelligence committees are investigating Russian interference in last year's presidential election. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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National Security

'Unmasking' 101: The Next Chapter In The Trump-Russia Imbroglio

The next phase of Congress' investigation into the Trump-Russia story could be a major focus on U.S. intelligence — and what Republicans call its abuse.

'Unmasking' 101: The Next Chapter In The Trump-Russia Imbroglio

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Anders Osborne at his home studio. The New Orleans bluesman is launching a program to help musicians and others in the industry stay sober in a work environment where that can be difficult. Debbie Elliott/Debbie Elliott hide caption

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Shots - Health News

'Send Me A Friend': Anders Osborne Helps Musicians Stay Sober On Tour

New Orleans bluesman Anders Osborne is launching a program to help musicians and others in the industry stay sober in work environments that are often centered around drugs and alcohol.

'Send Me A Friend': Anders Osborne Helps Musicians Stay Sober On Tour

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Author Interviews

Dark Lives Of 'The Radium Girls' Left A Bright Legacy For Workers, Science

Kate Moore's new book digs into the short, painful lives of the Radium Girls, who worked painting luminous dials on watches and clocks — and were poisoned by the glowing radium paint they used.

Dark Lives Of 'The Radium Girls' Left A Bright Legacy For Workers, Science

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Environment

First Step To 'Eco-Grieving' Over Climate Change? Admit There's A Problem

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Psychologists say anxiety over climate change is making some people feel overwhelmed. To talk through their worries, a group in Utah is meeting weekly and the idea has drawn interest in other states.

First Step To 'Eco-Grieving' Over Climate Change? Admit There's A Problem

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Aya Hijazi (center), a dual U.S.-Egyptian citizen, was acquitted by an Egyptian court on Sunday after nearly three years of detention over accusations related to the foundation she and her husband ran, dedicated to helping street children in Cairo. Mohamed el Raai/AP hide caption

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The Two-Way - News Blog

Egyptian-American Aid Worker, Released From Cairo Jail, Returns To U.S.

Aya Hijazi and her Egyptian husband were accused of child abuse, but human rights groups called the charges specious and prosecutors offered no proof. The couple were jailed for nearly three years.

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Movie Reviews

City Planning As A Contact Sport In 'Citizen Jane: Battle For The City'

Citizen Jane: Battle for the City is a documentary about Jane Jacobs, whose 1961 book The Death and Life of Great American Cities changed urban planning.

City Planning As A Contact Sport In 'Citizen Jane: Battle For The City'

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Ralph Towner's latest album is My Foolish Heart, named for the Bill Evans tune that changed the way he looked at composition and his instrument. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jazz

Ralph Towner: An Old Hand With A 'Foolish Heart' (And An Unmatched Style)

The guitarist who composed "Icarus" — a tune so popular, astronauts took it to the moon — has a way of playing that seems to conjure melody, rhythm and harmony all at once.

Ralph Towner: An Old Hand With A 'Foolish Heart' (And An Unmatched Style)

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You may be tempted to save a piece of a moldy loaf by discarding the fuzzy bits. But food safety experts say molds penetrate deeper into the food than what's visible to us. And eating moldy food comes with health risks. Alex Reynolds/NPR hide caption

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The Salt

Is It Safe To Eat Moldy Bread?

No, say food safety experts. Molds can easily penetrate deep into a soft food, like bread. But you can salvage other foods with tougher surfaces, like cabbages, carrots and hard cheeses.