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Hayley Kiyoko's debut album, Expectations, is out now. Amanda Charchian/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Hayley Kiyoko On Making Space For Queer Stories In Mainstream Pop

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A girl's hand reaches for sugar cubes. "We told people to load up on processed carbohydrates and gave sugary beverages a pass," said Dr. David Ludwig on what science got wrong about childhood obesity. Loic Venance/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Call-In: Childhood Obesity Rates Are At Their Highest Since 1999

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Habibi Fuses Farsi Lyrics With Western Riffs

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"I'm just like you," says the titular lead of Love, Simon (played by Nick Robinson, second from left) in his opening voiceover. Ben Rothstein/20th Century Fox hide caption

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'Love, Simon' Is Your Typical Glossy, Hollywood, Teenage, Gay Rom-Com

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Von Diaz drew on her experiences in her grandmother's Puerto Rican kitchen and her Southeastern American roots to write her cookbook, Coconuts and Collards. Ella Colley /University Press of Florida hide caption

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Puerto Rican Cooking And The American South Mix In 'Coconuts And Collards'

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Pennsylvania District Prepares To Vote In Special Election

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Veterans discuss the state of politics in Pennsylvania at American Legion Post 175 in Washington, Penn., on Feb 28. Cheryl Diaz Meyer for NPR hide caption

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Pennsylvania Election: Regional Race Could Offer Clues About Midterms Voter Turnout

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A Central American immigrant seeking asylum crossed the border with her son in 2017. The American court system bewilders her, she says. Samantha Balaban/NPR hide caption

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Without A Lawyer, Asylum-Seekers Struggle With Confusing Legal Processes

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A Samba School Shout Out

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TOTO's 40 Trips Around The Sun is due out Feb. 9. Scott Richie/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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TOTO Celebrates '40 Trips Around The Sun' With New Album

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In 'Heart Berries,' An Indigenous Woman's Chaotic Coming-Of-Age

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In one of the most reproduced images of all time, the crew of Apollo 17 captured the perspective of Earth known as "Blue Marble." NASA/Newsmakers/Getty Images hide caption

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The First Men To Have The Whole World In Their Sights

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Linda Walker at her home in Morganton, NC. Walker, who was struck by lightning as a child while at camp, has reconnected with the friend who saved her. Travis Dove/NPR hide caption

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50 Years After She Was Struck By Lightning, Reconnecting With The Girl Who Saved Her

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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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