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Apple CEO Tim Cook delivers the keynote address at the 2019 Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Jose, Calif., on Monday. The company announced that it's breaking up the iTunes application into three apps handling music, podcasts and TV. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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The unemployment rate in the U.S. is the lowest it's been in 50 years. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Episode 917: Quit Threat!

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The Martinez family stands in front of their home in New Jersey. During a speech at her graduation, Alondra said to her parents: "Mamá, papá, lo logramos." Mom, dad, we made it. Mohamed Sadek for NPR hide caption

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Hispanic Unemployment Has Hit Record Lows. But Does That Mean Progress?

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Ichard Oden works at an apartment complex under construction in Westland, Mich. Elaine Cromie for NPR hide caption

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Former Inmates Are Getting Jobs As Employers Ignore Stigma In Bright Economy

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Liz O'Sullivan says she struggled for months as she learned more about the military project her in which her employer, Clarifai, was participating. Jasmine Garsd/NPR hide caption

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When Technology Can Be Used To Build Weapons, Some Workers Take A Stand

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People at Rancho Bernardo Community Presbyterian Church in San Diego attend a prayer and candlelight vigil for victims of the synagogue shooting in Poway, Calif., on Saturday. David McNew/Getty Images hide caption

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Site's Ties To Shootings Renew Debate Over Internet's Role In Radicalizing Extremists

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For those who are scared of flying, an array of apps, websites and classes teach relaxation techniques and explain how airplanes work. Francisco Rama/Getty Images/EyeEm Premium hide caption

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After Boeing Crashes, More People Want Help Taming Fear Of Flying

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Chilean President Salvador Allende is pictured here waving to a crowd after his election victory in 1970. General Augusto Pinochet, the man who would replace Allende after a coup, and reverse his socialist policies, is on horseback. (L) STF/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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#905: The Chicago Boys, Part I

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#905: The Chicago Boys, Part I

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#905: The Chicago Boys, Part I

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#905: The Chicago Boys, Part I

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Chilean President Salvador Allende is pictured here waving to a crowd after his election victory in 1970. General Augusto Pinochet, the man who would replace Allende after a coup, and reverse his socialist policies, is on horseback. STF/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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#905: The Chicago Boys, Part I

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Chilean President Salvador Allende is pictured here waving to a crowd after his election victory in 1970. General Augusto Pinochet, the man who would replace Allende after a coup, and reverse his socialist policies, is on horseback. STF/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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#905: The Chicago Boys, Part I

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