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(Left) Sean Hahn is a realtor in Phoenix. (Right) Adriana Rodriguez is a former homeowner. Caitlin O'Hara for NPR hide caption

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10 Years After Housing Crisis: A Realtor, A Renter, Starting Over, Staying Put

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"When you're not that interested in the news and you do decide, 'Hey I think I want to find out some information,' you still deserve to get quality information," says Jimmy Wales, co-founder of Wikipedia. Simon Dawson/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Wikipedia Founder Says Internet Users Are Adrift In The 'Fake News' Era

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'I Used To Be A Dreamer': To Change The World, Souad Massi Starts With Herself

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"Being Not Rich at UM" is an over 80-page online guide to navigating college for low and middle-income students. Cargo/Getty Images/Imagezoo hide caption

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Navigating Campus For The 'Not Rich': Students Launch A Crowdsourced Guide

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Allan Monga, a Deering High School junior, won Poetry Out Loud contests at school and at the state level. He was initially denied entry to the national competition because he's an asylum seeker and not a U.S. citizen. Portland Press Herald/Press Herald via Getty Images hide caption

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Asylum-Seeking Student Says Nothing Can Stand Between Him And Poetry

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Meet Naia Izumi, The 2018 Tiny Desk Contest Winner

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A man rides a LimeBike in Washington, DC. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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#ScootersBehavingBadly: U.S. Cities Race To Keep Up With Small Vehicle Shares

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The U.S. Army's Autonomous Remote Engagement System is mounted on the Picatinny Lightweight Remote Weapon System and coupled with an M240B machine gun. It's part of a program that reduces the time to identify targets using automatic target detection and user-specified target selection. U.S. Army hide caption

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Autonomous Weapons Would Take Warfare To A New Domain, Without Humans

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Outgoing European human rights Commissioner Nils Muiznieks (L) shares a joke with the Dalai Lama at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, France, in 2016. Frederick Florin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'It's A Very Different World Now,' Says Outgoing Human Rights Commissioner

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Police officers in Lawrence, Kan. watch thunderstorms move past the city in 2008. Orlin Wagner/AP hide caption

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Basketball, Marijuana And Poetry: These Police Tweet More Than Crime Alerts

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Earlonne Woods (left) and Nigel Poor are behind the podcast Ear Hustle, which is now in its second season. Courtesy of Ear Hustle/Radiotopia from PRX hide caption

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Behind 'Ear Hustle,' The Podcast Made In Prison

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A team of contractors works on the renovation of a home in Phoenix. A decade after the U.S. housing crisis, some old habits are back, including house flipping. Caitlin O'Hara for NPR hide caption

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A Decade After The Bubble Burst, House Flipping Is On The Rise

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It took Brynjar Karl Birgisson 11 months to complete the world's largest Titanic replica, using only Legos. Courtesy of Titanic Museum Attraction hide caption

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Builder Of World's Largest Titanic Replica In Lego Says His Autism Is A Gift

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(Left) Sean Hahn is a realtor in Phoenix. (Right) Adriana Rodriguez is a former homeowner. Caitlin O'Hara for NPR hide caption

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How Phoenix's Real Estate Market Is Faring 10 Years After Housing Crisis

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Patrons leave all kinds of messages on the vintage typewriter at Literati bookstore in Ann Arbor, Mich. Mike Gustafson hide caption

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'Notes From A Public Typewriter' Muse On Everything From Cats To Commencement

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