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How many oceans are there? It's National Geographic official now: There are five. Alexander Gerst/ESA via Getty Images hide caption

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Coming Soon To An Atlas Near You: A Fifth Ocean

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U.S. To Donate 500 Million Doses Of COVID-19 Vaccine Globally

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U.S. Lawmakers Back Belarus Opposition As Russia Closes In

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Chris Bosh Talks About The NBA's New Kids On The Court Dominance

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So You're Thinking About Eating A Cicada: Tips From A Cicada Enthusiast

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Colonial Pipeline CEO Joe Blount says that paying a multi-million dollar ransom to get a large portion of the East Coast's fuel supply back online was "the right decision to make for the country." Pavlo Gonchar/Getty Images hide caption

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The Colonial Pipeline CEO Explains The Decision To Pay Hackers A $4.4 Million Ransom

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To celebrate 50 years of NPR, we asked you, our listeners, what stories have captivated you over the decades. Luke Medina/NPR hide caption

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Susan Stamberg Remembers An Interview With Commentator Kim Williams

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New Book Expresses Still-Fresh Feelings About A Tumultuous Year

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Author Explains Why Those 4-Letter Words Are So Satisfying To Say Out Loud

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For NPR's 50th — A Story Served With Laughter And Cheetos

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One Listener Can't Forget 1991 Story On Haitian Cane Cutters

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Better Parenting With The Help Of Some Werewolves In London

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NPR Turns 50 And Susan Stamberg Recalls A First

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For NPR's 50th, A Listener Remembers A Story That Guides Her As A Mother

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