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Joy Crookes' first album embraces power, heartbreak and racial justice

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A view down a busy street in Port au Prince, Haiti. Kidnappings in the country have already been worse in 2021 than years before. Owen Franken/Getty Images hide caption

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Haiti's kidnapping crisis is plunging the country even further into turmoil

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'Squid Game' is the latest example of when subtitles are a little off

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Politics chat: Congress wants answers to Trump's role in the insurrection

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Is it still too risky to hug? We answer that question and more

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Shaandiin Parrish, who was then Miss Navajo Nation, grabs a box filled with food and other supplies to distribute to Navajo families on May 27, 2020, in Counselor on the Navajo Nation Reservation, New Mexico. Sharon Chischilly/Getty Images hide caption

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As Miss Navajo Nation, she helped her community through the pandemic

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Yosmel Montejo's "La Caliente" was a standout entry to this year's Tiny Desk Contest. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tiny Desk Contest entrant Yosmel Montejo has a message for his community: 'Go for it'

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Jasmine Guillory Recommends 3 Summer Reads For The Romantic At Heart

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Billie Eilish Can't Wait To See The Future

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Claude Joseph speaks during a press conference Friday in Port-au-Prince. The country's interim prime minister says he's optimistic about forming a unity government. Valerie Baeriswyl/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Haiti's Interim Prime Minister Says He Is Optimistic On Forming A Unity Government

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NPR Exclusive: Interim Prime Minister Claude Joseph on Haiti's Future

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Taja Cheek, who records as L'Rain, performing on May 12, 2019 in Arcosanti, Ariz. Tim Mosenfelder/Getty Images hide caption

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L'Rain's Latest Album 'Fatigue' Explores The Power Of Change

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Andrew McCarthy Recalls His Brat Pack Years In A New Memoir

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