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'Are We Alone?' Churchill Concludes It's Likely Life Circles Other Suns

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Amnesty International Identifies Assad's 'Policy Of Extermination'

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When Caterpillar Leaves Peoria, What Will Become Of The Town?

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Remembering Mary Tyler Moore, Whose Sunny Smile Masked Steel

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A Plea For President Trump: Restore Respect

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When Ashley Theriot died unexpectedly at the age of 32, her friend ask her family if they'd donate Theriot's kidney. They agreed, and now that kidney — and 7 more of her organs — have new lives. Neil Webb/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Through Organ Donation, One Woman's Death Gives Life To Others

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With One Photo Op, Teen Revives Dabbing — Or Sounds Its Death Knell

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Wise Words From Some Of The Celebrities Who Died In 2016

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They Said 'Never Again'

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Remembering NPR Essayist Alice Furlaud

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Simon: Pets Find Their Way Into Our Hearts When We Need Them Most

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Gwen Ifill, A Life Remembered

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On the trail prior to the election, President-elect Donald J. Trump delivered a speech at The Union League of Philadelphia in September. Mark Makela/Getty Images hide caption

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Journalists Underestimated Trump. But We All Live In Bubbles

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2016 World Series Brought Welcome Levity To Weary Cities

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Stop Lying, America. You Love Election 2016

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