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Teresa Pettis (right), an abortion opponent, protests outside the Planned Parenthood clinic in St. Louis, on May 17. Unless a judge intervenes, health officials will force a Missouri facility to stop offering the procedure this week. Jim Salter/AP hide caption

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Enrique Olvera's flagship eatery, Pujol, has repeatedly made lists of the best restaurants in the world. "The inspiration in our restaurant is home cooking and simple cooking," he says. "We've always been very connected to that. Whenever we want to travel for inspiration, we go to small towns in Mexico and visit people's homes." Courtesy of Araceli Paz hide caption

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Chef Enrique Olvera Celebrates Simple Pleasures Of Mexican Cuisine In 'Tu Casa Mi Casa'

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Eva Noblezada, who plays Eurydice, and the Broadway cast of Hadestown. Matthew Murphy/Courtesy of Hadestown, The Musical hide caption

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Anaïs Mitchell's 'Hadestown' Musical Makes Its Broadway Debut

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Maren Morris steps forward with confidence, drive and R&B-country hybrids with her sophomore album, GIRL. Jamie Nelson/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Maren Morris Grows Into Her Own: 'I'm A Little Bit Of Everything'

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A Year Later, Parkland Students Are Still Navigating Their Trauma

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South Texas Butterfly Sanctuary Threatened By Trump's Border Wall

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Don Skidmore stands in front of a sign for United Auto Workers Local 735, the union chapter he represented as president when he was a General Motors employee. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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Life After GM: A Family Upended By Auto Plant Closure Took Divergent Paths

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How One Michigan Family Has Recovered 10 Years After Auto Plant Closure

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Kathleen VanPoppelen and her daughter Brooke knock doors for Elissa Slotkin, a Democrat running for Congress in Michigan. Kathleen has never voted for a Democrat before, but she'll vote for Slotkin on Election Day. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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A Look At One Of The Most Significant Political Borders In Michigan

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Flint residents Earl (left) and Jeneyah McDonald still purchase bottled water for drinking and cooking. Their sons, Justice, 9, and Josiah, 5, have grown up in Flint as the water crisis unfolded. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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What's Changed And What Hasn't When It Comes To The Flint Water Crisis

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Tunde Olaniran's Stranger is out now via Magic Wheel. Jordyn Belli/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tunde Olaniran Refuses To Dilute His Creativity

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Davi Tatiana Chirino-Santos, 9, and her baby brother, Arnold Jafer Lopez-Santos, crossed with their mother, Jessica Carolina Santos Lopez. Though the journey was long, Chirino-Santos is looking forward to creating a better life in the U.S. She wants to study to be a doctor. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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PHOTOS: What It's Like On Both Sides Of The U.S.-Mexico Border's Busiest Crossing

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Carlos Garcia plays with six-month-old Evin Wilson, with Evin's mother, Jacqui Wilson. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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An Unlikely Friendship: An Immigration Attorney And A Border Patrol Agent

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Raymondville officials are counting on the new detention facility and operator Management and Training Corp. to bring life back to its streets. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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As Private ICE Lockups Grow, Towns Could See Economic Boon

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Bridges' sophomore album Good Thing reflects the singer's sonic maturation. Jack McKain/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Leon Bridges Remixes His Retro Style To 'Move The Sound Forward'

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