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Christi holds a migrant child's hand as they walk to the swimming pool. Shuran Huang/NPR hide caption

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'I Know That They're Cared For." Why One Mom Has Chosen To Foster Migrant Children

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Gender reveal parties are all over social media and television shows, including Black-ish, are featuring their own. But 11 years ago, when Jenna Karvunidis had her own party that went viral, she never imagined just how big these parties would become. Kelsey McNeal/Walt Disney Television via Getty hide caption

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Woman Who Popularized Gender-Reveal Parties Says Her Views On Gender Have Changed

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Maryland Family Has Fostered Dozens Of Unaccompanied Migrant Children

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Volcano Experts And Archaeologists Are Clashing Over Access To Study Pompeii

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Carol (Angela Bassett) shows up unannounced in New York City for a surprise visit with her adult son, Matt (Sinqua Walls) in the new Netflix film Otherhood. Linda Kallerus/Netflix hide caption

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When The Kids Grow Up, Motherhood Becomes A State Of 'Otherhood'

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Tia Mowry-Hardrict plays a mother of four moving to Georgia to be closer to her in-laws in Family Reunion. John P. Fleenor/Netflix hide caption

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Inside 'Family Reunion,' A Sitcom With An All-Black Writers Room

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Tycho's latest album, Weather (feat. Saint Sinner on vocals), is out now. Scott Hansen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ambience, Vocalized: Instrumentalist Tycho Adds Saint Sinner's Vocals To 'Weather'

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Empty baby beds stand in the maternity ward of a hospital (a spokesperson for the hospital asked that the hospital not be named). Six days after Farai Chideya took her adopted newborn child home from a hospital, she was forced to give him back to his birth mother. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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"Sometimes I just want to hide in my island home back in Hawaii and keep things simple," says surfer Bethany Hamilton. But she believes her story can be an example of "inspiration and hope" for young people. Aaron Lieber/Entertainment Studios hide caption

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For Bethany Hamilton, Surfing Is 'An Escape From All The Chaos On Land'

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Ephraim Bugumba's song "Voices in My Head" was a stand-out entry in this year's Tiny Desk Contest. Nolis Anderson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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This Tiny Desk Contestant Processes Pain Through Music: 'It Became Our Safety Place'

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A man reads a book on his e-book reader device. In July, Microsoft will be deleting its e-book library and ceasing all e-book sales. Joerg Sarbach/AP hide caption

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Microsoft Closes The Book On Its E-Library, Erasing All User Content

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Abdullah Ibrahim's latest album, The Balance, is out now. Marina Umari/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Finding 'The Balance': Jazz Legend Abdullah Ibrahim Looks To Past, Present And Future

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The list of names for the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season are seen on a map at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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How The Advance Weather Forecast Got Good

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