Okla. Real Estate: Priced To Sell, Includes Storm Shelter

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Mynor Sanchez, a resident of Moore, Okla., lives a few blocks away and three houses down from major destruction. He is volunteering Friday in the neighborhood with his church, Templo El Alabanza, trying to do any tasks with which residents need help. Katie Hayes Luke for NPR hide caption

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'Part Of The Community': Latinos Rebuild After Okla. Tornado

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Marc Austin monitors radar and issues warnings at the National Weather Center in Norman, Okla., on Thursday. Katie Hayes Luke for NPR hide caption

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Tornado's Survival Rate 'Not Just Luck,' Meteorologist Says

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Jackeline Lizama (front) plans to attend a local community college after she graduates next month from her high school in Silver Spring, Md. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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Latino High School Grads Enter College At Record Rate

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Black Voters Turned Out At Greatest Rate For 2012 Election

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Dhundiraj Govind Phalke (left), known as the father of Indian cinema, examines a filmstrip. The Kobal Collection hide caption

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Bollywood's Early Roots In A Silent Film

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A "sold" sign is posted outside a home in Carmel, Ind. Black and Latino homebuyers pay about 3.5 percent more for housing than whites and Asians, according to a study released this week by Duke University. Michael Conroy/AP hide caption

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Young people wait in line to enter the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles office on the first day of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program in August. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Deferred Action: A Bird In Hand For Young Immigrants

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A man counts yuan to fill red envelopes in Beijing. Many families celebrate the Lunar New Year by exchanging small envelopes filled with money. Lizzie Chen/NPR hide caption

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Show Me The Money In Your Lunar New Year Envelope

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While a vast majority of undocumented immigrants in the United States come from Mexico, many also come from Central American nations, China, parts of Africa and India. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Undocumented In The U.S.: 11 Million And Counting

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After a failed career at home in the U.S., the Chinese-American rapper Jin found an unexpected second chance at stardom on the other side of the world. Louis Trinh/Courtesy of artist hide caption

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Jin, 'The Chinese Kid Who Raps,' Grows Up

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Young women wearing kimonos chat during an Obon celebration honoring ancestors at the Heart Mountain Relocation Center in Wyoming. Bill Manbo/ Courtesy of Takao Bill Manbo/University of North Carolina Press hide caption

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The German-language Wikipedia is the second-largest edition of the online encyclopedia after English. Wikipedia is currently available in more than 285 languages. Michael Gottschalk/AP/DAPD hide caption

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As Wikipedia Gets Pickier, Editors Become Harder To Find

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