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Many Pregnant Women Are Among Those Leaving Venezuela

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A Path No One Would Choose To Walk: 350 Miles With The Caminantes

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Young men carry luggage from Venezuela into Colombia under the Simón Bolívar International Bridge. Tensions are rising in this border area, where many Venezuelans are seeking refuge and are anxious for change back home. Ryan Kellman/NPR hide caption

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'Time To Act': Venezuelans Who Fled To Colombia Are Eager To Oust Maduro

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News Brief: Trump Rallies In Michigan, Venezuelans Leave, Brexit

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Venezuelans Stream Into Colombia

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Shawn Esco brings his dog Nibbler to a park in Jackson, Miss. He was diagnosed with HIV 11 years ago and has stayed healthy, but the same can't be said of many of the other HIV-positive people in his life. L. Kasimu Harris for NPR hide caption

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Ending HIV In Mississippi Means Cutting Through Racism, Poverty And Homophobia

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Shrill executive producer Lindy West enjoyed making a fictionalized version of her life: "You can work out all your grudges and your resentments against everyone you've ever met, except with this plausible deniability because it's fictional," she says. Jenny Jimenez/Hulu hide caption

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In 'Shrill,' Lindy West Made The Body Positive Show That She Never Had

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Just 'Follow This Thread': You're Meant To Get Lost In This Book About Mazes

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"Every life is interesting and valuable ... we are all at the center of our own narratives," says Julianne Moore. She stars as Gloria Bell in a remake of the 2013 Chilean film Gloria. Sebastián Lelio directed both films. A24 hide caption

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As 'Gloria,' Julianne Moore Explores The Extraordinary Drama Of Ordinary Life

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Michael Jackson and Wade Robson in 1987. Dan Reed/HBO hide caption

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'Neverland' Director On Investigating 'What Happened Once The Bedroom Door Closed'

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Rookie musher Blair Braverman and her dogs will compete in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, traveling more than 900 miles across Alaska from Anchorage to Nome and facing subzero temperatures and challenging trails. Courtesy of Blair Braverman hide caption

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Blair Braverman And Her 'Ugly Dogs' Prepare For Her First Iditarod

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In The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, Chiwetel Ejiofor (left) plays Trywell, the father of titular teenager William Kamkwamba (played by Maxwell Simba). Ejiofor also directed the movie and wrote the screenplay. Ilze Kitshoff/Netflix hide caption

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Chiwetel Ejiofor's Directing Debut Takes Him To Malawi To Capture 'The Wind'

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Upcoming In The House Of Representatives: Public Displays Of Trump Challenges

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Why Men In Mississippi Are Still Dying Of AIDS, Despite Existing Treatments

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'Love Poems For Married People' Will Help Spice Things Up In The— Zzzzz

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