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Memoirist Augusten Burroughs Puts It All Out There In 'Lust & Wonder'

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The video of James Corden and Adele doing "Carpool Karaoke" has more than 80 million views on YouTube. Craig Sugden/CBS Broadcasting, Inc hide caption

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James Corden Conquers YouTube With 'Carpool Karaoke'

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Maddie Keating shows her arm before and after her tattoo by Brian Finn which covered her scars. Courtesy of Brian Finn hide caption

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Effects Of Toledo Tattoo Artist's Work Are More Than Skin Deep

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The Flint River is pictured in downtown Flint, Mich., on Feb. 4. The city's water problems began when it switched to using the Flint River for its supply in 2014. They were exacerbated by government officials' failure to disclose and stop the leaching of lead and other toxins into the water. Laura McDermott for NPR hide caption

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Flint Residents' Broken Faith: 'The People We Trusted Failed Us'

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Jeneyah McDonald stands amid cases of bottled water in the kitchen of her home in Flint, Mich. Before water donations arrived in Flint, McDonald says, she spent an estimated $100 out of her $300 weekly grocery bill buying safe water for her family. Laura McDermott for NPR hide caption

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When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

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Pallets of bottled water are seen ready for distribution in a Flint, Mich., warehouse on Jan. 21. The warehouse is the emergency water supply for Flint residents affected by lead-contaminated water. Sarah Rice/Getty Images hide caption

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Flint Begins The Long Process Of Fixing Its Water Problem

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Hillary Clinton stands for a portrait in San Antonio. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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Clinton Responds To Sanders Criticism That Her Experience Isn't Enough

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In an interview with NPR, Hillary Clinton said she used to carry a tiny bottle of Tabasco sauce, but has graduated to the "real hard-core hot peppers." Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Gets Mixed Response From Conservative Liberty University

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Encore: Among Santa And Mistletoe, A British Christmas Includes Comedy

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'Legend' Chronicles Lives Of London's Identical Twin Gangsters

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This scroll map of China's Yellow River was made around 1750. Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division. hide caption

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'Map' Is An Exquisite Record Of The Miles — And The Millennia

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As Climate Talks Wrap Up, Attendees' Agendas Are On The Line

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The round-trip flight that NPR's Ari Shapiro took to Paris emitted about a ton of greenhouse gases. Offsetting it cost a dollar, and he was given a white lanyard for his conference ID with the words "Climate Neutral Now" showing his trip was carbon-neutral. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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How To Stay Carbon-Neutral When Getting To Paris Is Carbon-Costly

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