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The Rise Of The Internet-Based Economy Shows What's Changed In Iran

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Donald Trump at the Celebrity Apprentice red carpet event on Jan. 20, 2015, in New York City. Rob Kim/Getty Images hide caption

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With Conflict And Drama, Trump Hooks You Like A Reality TV Show

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A suspended parking sign that was posted in London in 2015. Joshua Browder, a 20-year-old from London, who's now attending Stanford, has come up with a bot that can write letters appealing parking tickets. He claims a 60 percent success rate in cities where it is being used, including London, New York and Seattle. Matt Dunham/AP hide caption

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'Robot Lawyer' Makes The Case Against Parking Tickets

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Ohio voters Marty Surella (from left), Katie Rooney, Ennis Tait and Linda Caudill M.L. Schultze/WKSU, Esther Honig/WOSU, Arezou Rezvani/NPR (2) hide caption

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Divided States: 4 Ohio Voters Weigh In After The Second Debate

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Mechanic Jimmy Arno and his wife, Dami, in their home near Atlanta. A photograph of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee hangs above them. Arezou Rezvani/NPR hide caption

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Divided States: Georgia Auto Mechanic Ties Racial Tensions To Obama

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Small business owner Tonya Hicks at her home office in Atlanta, Ga. Hicks plans to vote for Hillary Clinton on election day. Arezou Rezvani/NPR hide caption

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Divided States: Female Business Owner In Georgia Favors Clinton

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Charlie Sykes of WTMJ in Milwaukee, Wisc., shown here broadcasting in 2006, wonders how the conservative movement he belonged to could have chosen Donald Trump as its leader. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Spurning Trump, Self-Styled Conservative Gatekeeper Finds Himself On The Margins

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On The Streets Of Tehran, Searching For Signs Of Economic Improvement

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Senior Airman Frances Gavalis tosses unserviceable uniform items into a burn pit at Balad Air Base, Iraq in 2008. The military destroyed uniforms, equipment and other materials in huge burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan. Some veterans say those pits are responsible for respiratory problems they are now experiencing. Senior Airman Julianne Showalter/USAF hide caption

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Veterans Say 'Burn Pits' Created Toxic Clouds That Made Them Sick

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Michael Fassbender Is The Latest Actor To Take On 'Macbeth'

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Idris Elba and Abraham Attah in the Netflix original film Beasts of No Nation. Courtesy Netflix hide caption

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In The Midst Of War, A Boy Becomes A Soldier In 'Beasts Of No Nation'

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Karim Wasfi, conductor of the Iraqi National Symphony Orchestra, at his home in Baghdad, has been playing his cello at the sites of explosive attacks in Baghdad. Ahmed Qusay for NPR hide caption

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Amid Violence In Baghdad, A Musician Creates A One-Man Vigil

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How Some Baltimore Neighborhoods Reflect Segregation's Legacy

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