The Thimble Will No Longer Pass Go In Monopoly

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A Journey Of 30 Years Began With A Single Fortune Cookie

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North Carolina Politician Wants To Have The Official Nonexistent Chicken Festival

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Pro-Cycling Politician Has His Bike Stolen

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What You Do When Your Small Pet Pig Grows Up

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A Siberian Village Went From No Church To Snow Church

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Monica Bill Barnes (left) and Anna Bass are offering literally breathtaking tours of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. Paula Lobo/The Metropolitan Museum of Art hide caption

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Raise Your (He)art Rate With A Workout At The Met

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Sam Polinsky, known by his lucha libre wrestling moniker Sam Adonis, enters the ring waving his Trump American flag and riling up the audience in Mexico City. James Fredrick for NPR hide caption

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In Mexico, The Crowd Loves To Hate Pro Wrestler Who Plays Trump Supporter

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Cat breeder Anthony Hutcherson shows off a Bengal Cat on Monday in New York. The Bengal Cat will be featured at the 141st Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show in a non-competitive "meet the breeds" exhibition, where cats will be shown for the first time. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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A shot of the crime haiku, smack in the middle of the popular "Cops and Robbers" section of The Enterprise-Tocsin. Courtesy of Charlie Smith hide caption

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Zebra sharks are one example of an animal that can reproduce sexually and asexually. Joe Klamar/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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San Diego Chargers' Fans Look To Erase Bolt Tattoos

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622 Pieces — That's How Many Legos It Takes To Build An NPR Headquarters Model

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People walk past the entrance of the parking garage where reporter Bob Woodward held late night meetings with Deep Throat, his Watergate source who later turned out to be Mark Felt, the FBI's former No. 2 official. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Thousands Of Toys Wash Ashore On German Island

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Dead Pitches: The Curse Of The Christmas Tree Bugs

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Bubbles float over visitors during a New Year's Eve celebration event a Tokyo hotel. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe gave a speech at Pearl Harbor about the power of reconciliation in the waning days of 2016. Koji Sasahara/AP hide caption

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The Gingerbread Demolition lets people destroy gingerbread houses for charity. Kim Lajoie/Courtesy of The Gingerbread Demolition Crew hide caption

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