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Former Mexican President Vicente Fox spoke with NPR about his book, Let's Move On: Beyond Fear & False Prophets. The book highlights the North American Free Trade Agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Mexican President To Trump: 'If You Want To Build A Wall, Waste Your Money'

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Dutch Railways began "Heartbeats," a program to connect strangers who had met on trains, in the 1990s. It started with messages printed out on free train magazines before the railway moved Heartbeats online in 2008. Evert Elzinga/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Reconnecting Strangers On A Train, One Tumblr Post At A Time

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A Plucky English Heroine Amid New York's Super-Rich In 'Still Me'

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Kyle Stephens was the first person to testify last week during Larry Nassar's sentencing hearing in Michigan. The former USA Gymnastics team doctor has admitted to having sexual contact with minors. Geoff Robins/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Nassar Testimony Brings One Sexual Abuse Survivor Sadness - And Then Some Relief

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A Tenn. Man Recently Discovered The Largest Prime Number Known To Humankind

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Greta Pane is a post-doctoral fellow in English literature at Boston University. Sally Pane hide caption

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Meeting After A Moment Of Musical Connection, 17 Years Later

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Highline writer Michael Hobbes says millennials have inherited a number of financial problems from baby boomers. monkeybusinessimages/Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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'Entitled' Millennials Have It Harder Than The Previous Generation, Writer Says

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The High Museum of Art in Atlanta has worked to make diversity a priority. In recent years, the museum has seen an increase in the percentage of nonwhite visitors. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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How An Art Museum Is Reaching A More Diverse Audience

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Researchers found a sudden increase in teens' symptoms of depression, suicide risk factors and suicide rates in 2012 — around the time when smartphones became popular, researcher Jean Twenge says. Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images hide caption

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The Risk Of Teen Depression And Suicide Is Linked To Smartphone Use, Study Says

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Genesis Blu calls herself a "raptivist" — a mix of rapper and activist. Tim Clyne/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Conversation With Houston's 'Raptivist' Genesis Blu

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Tosha Atibu and her husband Atibu Ty Ty stand in their Houston home, which was flooded during Hurricane Harvey. They are racing to get it shape in time for the family to move back in for Christmas. Peter Breslow/NPR hide caption

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In Post-Harvey Houston, Immigrants Struggle As The City Grapples With How To Help

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Lashkari gives us a tour of his kitchen. He's known for some of the best Pakistani and Indian food in Houston. His cooking borrows happily from other cultures. Peter Breslow/NPR hide caption

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A Visit To Houston's Himalaya: Pakistani And Indian Food With Deep Texas Roots

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Karen Attiah, The Washington Post's global opinions editor, says current conversation surrounding sexual harassment largely excludes victims who are women of color. The Washington Post hide caption

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When Black Women's Stories Of Sexual Abuse Are Excluded From The National Narrative

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In 'Hiddensee,' Gregory Maguire Gets Under The Shell Of 'The Nutcracker'

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Film actress Hedy Lamarr, pictured here around 1955, was both a major star on screen and an inventor by night. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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In 'Bombshell,' The Double Identity Of Hollywood Star Hedy Lamarr

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