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Mallory Yu

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Friday

Brittany Howard makes acting debut as a pony with big dreams in 'Thelma the Unicorn'

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Tuesday

Revisiting our talk about the podcast 'You Didn't See Nothin,' now a Pulitzer winner

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Wednesday

How Florida's six-week abortion ban will impact people in and around the state

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Tuesday

Why The Sports Bra, a bar for women's sports, is expanding nationwide

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Monday

What it means if the International Criminal Court issues arrest warrant for Netanyahu

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How did a missing cat turn up 650 miles from home? Amazon

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Wednesday

A sample of pages from chapter 9 of the book, which profiles poet and essayist Louise Glück. Penguin Press hide caption

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In a collection of 40+ interviews, author Adam Moss tries to find the key to creation

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Tuesday

After decades creating and publishing recipes, cookbook author Joan Nathan has released what she said is likely her final book, a cookbook and memoir called "My Life in Recipes." Michael Zamora/NPR hide caption

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After years of documenting Jewish food traditions, Joan Nathan focuses on her family's

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Monday

Four "American Indicators," people who represent different parts of the economy in different parts of the country, talk about their politics as the presidential election looms. Courtesy of Arch City Defenders, Winton Machine Company, Bhavesh Patel and the Just One Project hide caption

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Four 'American Indicators' share their view of the U.S. economy — and their politics

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Friday

Youngest Lennon and McCarthy sons collab on a new song

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Tuesday

What's the key to creating great art? This author spoke to 40+ artists to find out

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Monday

Thursday

Sara Bareilles, Paula Pell, Busy Philipps, and Renee Elise Goldsberry in a season three episode of Girls5eva. Emily V Aragones/Netflix hide caption

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Friday

Why one AI expert was pleased Biden addressed AI during his State of the Union

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Tuesday

The iconic Mr. Darcy shirt was auctioned off today

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Wednesday

From left: Rosa Tsay Jacobs, Jocelyn Chung and Michelle Kuo in Taipei in January. All three moved to Taiwan after having lived and grown up in the United States. An Rong Xu for NPR hide caption

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Why Taiwanese Americans are moving to Taiwan — reversing the path of their parents

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Tuesday

Kiawentiio as Katara, Gordon Cormier as Aang and Ian Ousley as Sokka. Netlfix hide caption

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Thursday

Ivy Chen (left) and Clarissa Wei browse Shuixian Gong Market in Tainan, Taiwan, in January. An Rong Xu for NPR hide caption

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Feast your eyes on Taiwan's distinct food (and understand a history of colonization)

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Monday

Russian President Vladimir Putin visits a factory on Thursday. Ramil Sitdikov/AP hide caption

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Putin's regime is 'running out of fuel,' a Russian opposition activist tells NPR

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Tuesday

Teyra Yudaw (left) and his daughter, Ciwang Teyra, are members of Taiwan's Indigenous Truku tribe. An Rong Xu for NPR hide caption

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In the battle over identity, a centuries-old issue looms in Taiwan: hunting

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Friday

Comedians Vickie Wang (left) and Jamie Wang have no relation, yet create comedy over the cross-strait tensions between China and Taiwan. An Rong Xu for NPR hide caption

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A Chinese and a Taiwanese comedian walk into a bar ...

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Tuesday

Why some Taiwanese Americans are moving back to Taiwan

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Friday

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) legislator Su Chao Hui, left, is seeking another term in office. Jason Hsu, right, a former law maker and current advisor to KMT presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih. An Rong Xu for NPR hide caption

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As China looms large, two opposing visions face off in Taiwan's election

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