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Rats have been a persistent problem for cities around the world. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Genetic Divide Between NYC's Uptown And Downtown Rats

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Zoe Kazan stars alongside Kumail Nanjiani in The Big Sick. Nicole Rivelli/Lionsgate hide caption

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'Big Sick' Creators Nanjiani And Gordon On Turning Their Courtship Into A Movie

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Ian McShane as Mr. Wednesday and Ricky Whittle as Shadow Moon hit the road in the new Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman's American Gods. James Dimmock/Copyright 2017 Starz Entertainment, LLC hide caption

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In 'American Gods,' Even Deities Have The Immigrant Experience

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Run River North (Jennifer Rim, Joe Chun, Alex Hwang, Abe Kim, Daniel Chae and Sally Kang) performs at SXSW's first-ever Asian-American showcase. Stephanie Vu & Zenith Division/Courtesy of Kollaboration hide caption

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At SXSW, Asian-American Musicians Make A Space Of Their Own

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James Baldwin, in the new documentary I Am Not Your Negro. Dan Budnik/Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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'I Am Not Your Negro' Gives James Baldwin's Words New Relevance

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Ear Scratches

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Comic Book Writer Marjorie Liu On How Rejection Shaped Her Writing

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'Captain America: Civil War' Captures Politics Of The Moment

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Maddie Keating shows her arm before and after her tattoo by Brian Finn which covered her scars. Courtesy of Brian Finn hide caption

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Effects Of Toledo Tattoo Artist's Work Are More Than Skin Deep

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The Flint River is pictured in downtown Flint, Mich., on Feb. 4. The city's water problems began when it switched to using the Flint River for its supply in 2014. They were exacerbated by government officials' failure to disclose and stop the leaching of lead and other toxins into the water. Laura McDermott for NPR hide caption

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Flint Residents' Broken Faith: 'The People We Trusted Failed Us'

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Jeneyah McDonald stands amid cases of bottled water in the kitchen of her home in Flint, Mich. Before water donations arrived in Flint, McDonald says, she spent an estimated $100 out of her $300 weekly grocery bill buying safe water for her family. Laura McDermott for NPR hide caption

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When Every Drop Of Water Could Be Poison: A Flint Mother's Story

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Addiction counselor John Fisher says prescriptions for medicines to help people wean themselves from opioid drugs are part of the appeal of the clinic he operates in Blountville, Tenn. Blake Farmer/NPR hide caption

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When Drug Treatment For Narcotic Addiction Never Ends

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Jessica Roberts and her father, Alan Roberts, who has struggled with addiction himself. They are both clean and hope to break the cycle of addiction with the newest generation of their family. Mallory Yu/NPR hide caption

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Listen to part one of this story

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It took volunteers 25 hours to move 750,000 plastic balls from the National Building Museum's "Beach" installation to Dupont Underground, a creative arts institution in Washington, D.C. Christina Cala/NPR hide caption

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Doomsday For The Dunes Of Plastic Balls: The End Comes For 'The Beach'

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"If she be worthy." A mysterious masked woman has taken up the hammer — and mantle — of Thor. Marvel hide caption

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Where's Thor When You Need Her? Women In Comics Fight An Uphill Battle

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