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Though Not A Death Sentence, HIV/AIDS Still Holds A Powerful Stigma

Three decades after it emerged, people with the virus are able to live long, fulfilling lives. Still, some say those who are diagnosed now suffer more public shame than that first generation ever did.

Sugar Man Kevin Hays
Run To the Sun [Instrumental] [Instrumental][Version] Kevin Hays

Cris and Valerie Fiore hold one of their favorite pictures of their sons Anthony (with the dark hair) and Nick. Anthony died from a heroin overdose in May 2014 at the age of 24. Cris Fiore's eulogy described his son's death as a shock, but "not a surprise." Anthony had been addicted to heroin for years. Ben Allen/WITF hide caption

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When Rehab Might Help An Addict — But Insurance Won't Cover It

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On the Subway Roger Joseph Manning Jr. & Brian Reitzell
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The genial world of amateur softball has a dark secret: hot bats. They look just like ordinary softball bats, but they've been altered to send balls faster and farther. Rick Paulas hide caption

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Pro Baseball Has Doping. Amateur Softball Has ... Hot Bats

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Hot In Herre Nelly
Like Young André Previn & David Rose & His Orchestra

Tashi, who's about 5, comes to the school full of anger and fear — and undergoes a transformation. HBO/"Tashi and the Monk" hide caption

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The Former Monk Who Is A Father Figure To 85 Children

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Playtime Dan Weinberg

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Though Not A Death Sentence, HIV/AIDS Still Holds A Powerful Stigma

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The Future Is Now Toe
Run for Word Toe

A YWCA summer camp for girls called Camp Nizhoni took place at Lincoln Hills from 1924-1945. Denver Public Library, Western History Collection hide caption

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During Segregation, A Mountain Oasis Gave Black Families A Summer Escape

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Simplemente Simon Terence Blanchard
The Competitors John Cameron
Invitation Ahmad Jamal

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After Katrina, New Artists Found Inspiration In A Recovering City

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Penthouse Cloud The Internet
Move With Me Neneh Cherry