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Danny Hajek at NPR West in Culver City, California, September 25, 2018. (photo by Allison Shelley)
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Asylum-Seekers From Latin America Inundate U.S. Border At El Paso

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Stephen Stills (left) performs with Buffalo Springfield on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour in 1967. CBS Photo Archive/CBS via Getty Images hide caption

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A Thousand People In The Street: 'For What It's Worth' Captured Youth In Revolt

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Ken Jeong's new Netflix comedy special is called You Complete Me, Ho — after his wife, Tran Ho. Netflix hide caption

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In His Return To Stand-Up, Ken Jeong Tells His Wife: 'You Complete Me'

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Katelyn Ohashi of UCLA during an NCAA college gymnastics match on Jan. 4 in Los Angeles. Ben Liebenberg/AP hide caption

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UCLA Coach Helps Star Gymnast Find Her Way Back To A Sport She Loves

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Jeff Goldblum's new album with his jazz group, The Mildred Snitzer Orchestra, is called The Capitol Studios Sessions. Pari Dukovic/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jeff Goldblum The Jazz Artist? Life, Uh, Finds A Way

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Archbishop Óscar Romero stands outside the chapel of the Hospital de la Divina Providencia in San Salvador on Nov. 20, 1979. Alex Bowie/Getty Images hide caption

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A 'Voice For The Voiceless': Sainthood For El Salvador's Archbishop Óscar Romero

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'We Had To Do It Ourselves': Joan Jett Looks Back On Being A Conduit For Women In Rock

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Ben Kingsley stars as former Nazi SS officer Adolf Eichmann, who fled to Argentina after World War II, in Operation Finale. Metro Goldwyn Mayer Pictures hide caption

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In 'Operation Finale,' Ben Kingsley Summons The Evil Of A Holocaust Architect

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Main Street in McArthur in Vinton County, Ohio. Though the opioid crisis endures in Ohio, the problem is now compounded by the resurgence of methamphetamine addiction. Arezou Rezvani/NPR hide caption

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Teachers See the Effects of the Opioid Crisis On Children

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Il and Secretary of State Madeleine Albright met in Pyongyang on Oct. 23, 2000. Tong Kim (between Albright and Kim) served as the State Department interpreter. Reuters hide caption

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The Pressures Of Being An Interpreter At A High-Stakes Summit

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Putting Your Life Back Together After A School Shooting

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'Hey Mom,' By Louie Anderson. Touchstone hide caption

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In 'Hey Mom,' Louie Anderson Has A Laugh With His Leading Lady

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A man gets out of a Volvo 144 to head to a parade in Pyongyang in 2012. In the 1970s, North Korea ordered 1,000 Volvo 144s from Sweden. To this day, the cars have not been paid for. Tanya L. Procyshyn hide caption

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How 1,000 Volvos Ended Up In North Korea — And Made A Diplomatic Difference

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