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Thomas Wydra, the police chief of Hamden, Conn., decided to reform his department's traffic stop criteria after they were singled out for stopping minority drivers at disproportionately higher rates than whites. After decreasing the number of defective equipment stops, the number of black drivers pulled over fell by 25 percent. Jeff Cohen/NPR hide caption

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Some Police Departments Are Rethinking Traffic Stops To Reduce Bias

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How Does A Tiger Keep Cool In This Heat? One Word: Bloodsicles

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Natalie Dunnege and her son, Strazh, work on an art project at home in San Francisco. Her health insurance would cover therapy sessions to help with her depression, Dunnege says, but she hasn't been able to find a counselor who is taking new patients. Sheraz Sadiq/KQED hide caption

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Single Mom's Search For Therapist Hampered By Insurance Companies

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Don't Think Twice is about fame and friendship,” but mostly it's a celebration of improv. (Pictured: Tami Sagher, Gillian Jacobs, Kate Micucci, Mike Birbiglia, Chris Gethard and Keegan-Michael Key) Jon Pack/Courtesy of The Film Arcade hide caption

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'Don't Think Twice' Scripts Improv With Ease

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