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Justine Kenin is an editor on All Things Considered. She joined NPR in 1999 as an intern. Nothing makes her happier than getting a book in the right reader's hands – most especially her own.

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The wild ponies roam on South Ocean Beach at Assateague Island. Jacqueline Larma/AP hide caption

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A fossilized tooth may help solve the mystery of the Chincoteague ponies

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Some podcast guest chairs go to high bidders — without telling listeners

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Children are reportedly spending 23 hours lock in at Texas youth prisons

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The new CHIPS and Science Act will bring semiconductor chip manufacturing to the U.S.

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A fossilized tooth may determine the origin of the Chincoteague ponies

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Reflecting on Serena Williams' career and legacy as the G.O.A.T retires from tennis

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How NASA's Webb telescope gets its packed schedule

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Matt de la Peña and Hanif Abdurraqib on how basketball feeds their writing

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Why conservative Kansas handed victory to abortion rights

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Julia Whelan on narrating her romance novel about a narrator who hates romance novels

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A teenager's 'I Voted' sticker design hits a nerve, and now everyone wants one

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A 14-year-old hopes his chaotic 'I Voted' sticker design brings people to the polls

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Biden adviser Gene Sperling sees U.S. hope and resilience despite shrinking economy

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Cleaning a great floating garbage patch the size of Texas

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