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Fishermen Say They Were Misled About Brexit Vote

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Rose McGowan appears at Loudoun County District Court for a preliminary hearing after cocaine was found in the wallet she left on an airplane at Dulles International Airport last year. She says she believes she was framed. Katherine Frey/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Rose McGowan: Put Me On The Stand Against Weinstein

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Caribbean Immigrants To U.K. Threatened With Deportation

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Cape Town's Water Crisis Marks Divide Between Rich And Poor

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Von Diaz drew on her experiences in her grandmother's Puerto Rican kitchen and her Southeastern American roots to write her cookbook, Coconuts and Collards. Ella Colley /University Press of Florida hide caption

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Puerto Rican Cooking And The American South Mix In 'Coconuts And Collards'

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Gabriel Hernandez (left) and Jose Enrique are Puerto Rican chefs named as semifinalists for the best chef of the South category of the 2018 James Beard Awards. The recognition comes as the island's restaurants recover from Hurricane Maria. Daniella Cheslow/NPR; Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images hide caption

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Residents wait to fill containers at a source for natural spring water in Cape Town, South Africa. Bram Janssen/AP hide caption

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Every Day Seems Like 'Day Zero' To Some Cape Town Residents

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Cape Town Delays 'Day Zero,' But Water Problems Remain

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Dancers perform in Tabasco: A Burlesque Opera, a fiery show that makes its revival this week after being locked up for more than a century. Tom Grosscup/New Orleans Opera hide caption

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'Tabasco' Opera Makes Fiery Return In New Orleans

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Puerto Rican merengue singer Joseph Fonseca says he wrote a holiday song about generators to bring joy to people suffering through a long hurricane recovery that has left thousands dependent on generators for power. Daniella Cheslow for NPR hide caption

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In Puerto Rico, A Generator's Buzz Powers One Singer's Musical Imagination

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Grapes have been growing along the steep slopes of Germany's Mosel River for centuries. Now global warming is shifting the timing of the harvest. Daniella Cheslow for NPR hide caption

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Climate Change Ripens Prospects For German Winemakers

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Gregory Reed tours a former school now becoming a lab for energy research in Pittsburgh. Reed says he's focusing on how microgrids can provide reliable, resilient and locally produced energy. Daniella Cheslow/NPR hide caption

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Pittsburgh's Microgrids Technology Could Lead The Way For Green Energy

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Jim McIngvale, also known as Mattress Mack, opened his two furniture stores in Houston to serve as temporary shelters. He invited people to come via a Facebook Live video and gave out his personal cell number. Jim McIngvale/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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Stores Full Of Furniture, 'Mattress Mack' Opens His Doors To Flood Victims

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