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Kim Petras' Halloween mixtape, Turn Off The Light, Vol. 1, is out now. Thom Kerr/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kim Petras Goes Dark For Halloween With 'Turn Off The Light, Vol. 1'

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In 'Listen To The Marriage,' A Case For Spending Time In The Counselor's Office

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Kathleen VanPoppelen and her daughter Brooke knock doors for Elissa Slotkin, a Democrat running for Congress in Michigan. Kathleen has never voted for a Democrat before, but she'll vote for Slotkin on Election Day. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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A Look At One Of The Most Significant Political Borders In Michigan

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Flint residents Earl (left) and Jeneyah McDonald still purchase bottled water for drinking and cooking. Their sons, Justice, 9, and Josiah, 5, have grown up in Flint as the water crisis unfolded. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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What's Changed And What Hasn't When It Comes To The Flint Water Crisis

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How One Michigan Family Has Recovered 10 Years After Auto Plant Closure

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Tunde Olaniran's Stranger is out now via Magic Wheel. Jordyn Belli/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tunde Olaniran Refuses To Dilute His Creativity

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Jason Logan looks at the ground searching for ink-making supplies on Heritage Island in Washington, D.C. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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An Urban Ink Forager Explains How To Paint With All The Colors Of The Alley

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Harvey Washington Wiley was instrumental in bringing about regulations to boost sanitation and decrease food adulteration. Historical/Corbis via Getty Images hide caption

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How A 19th Century Chemist Took On The Food Industry With A Grisly Experiment

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Jameela Jamil in character as the "conceited but deeply kind, insecure, vainglorious" socialite Tahani al Jamil. NBC/Andrew Eccles/NBC hide caption

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Jameela Jamil: 'My Career Is Not Reflected By The Size Of My Body'

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Barry Myers of AccuWeather has been nominated to lead the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, but has yet to be confirmed by the Senate. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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'A Kind Of Vague Hostility': Michael Lewis On How Trump Loyalists Run Agencies

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"In order to know where you're going you have to know where you've been," says actress Jane Fonda — and she's been in a lot of places. The 80-year-old actress, activist and fitness icon is the subject of a new HBO documentary, Jane Fonda in Five Acts. Arthur Mola/Invision/AP hide caption

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Still Reinventing At 80, Jane Fonda Says, 'I Feel Better Than I Ever Have'

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Anthony Roth Costanzo takes opera to unlikely places, including NPR Music's Tiny Desk. Morgan Noelle Smith/NPR hide caption

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Anthony Roth Costanzo: A Countertenor For The 21st Century

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Enric Marco stands next to a Spanish Republican flag at Mauthausen camp in Austria in May 2003. Marco, who was chairman of an association of Spanish Republicans deported from France to Nazi concentration camps during World War II, admitted in May 2005 that his tale of surviving the Flossenbuerg camp was a lie. Lluis Gene/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Javier Cercas Uncovers The Truth Behind Spain's 'Impostor'

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Sindiswa Lingela stands in the backyard of her home in Cape Town with the swimming pool that she fills with collected rainwater. The drought encouraged her to get completely off the municipal grid. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Did Cape Town Learn From 'Day Zero'?

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Fires And Explosions Reported In Massachusetts Towns

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