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A family arrives at the border crossing in Medyka, Poland, on Wednesday after fleeing from Ukraine. The U.N. refugee agency said Tuesday that 1 million people have fled Ukraine for neighboring countries since the Russian invasion began. Markus Schreiber/AP hide caption

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The top five video games of 2021 selected by the NPR staff

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People attend a rally denouncing antisemitic violence on May 27 in Cedarhurst, New York. Following a surge in antisemitic hate crimes triggered by last month's Israel-Gaza conflict, some Jews are wondering why the condemnation hasn't been stronger. Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images hide caption

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Antisemitism Spikes, And Many Jews Wonder: Where Are Our Allies?

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People enjoy the Rock Creek Park in March in Washington, DC. While many Americans are following social distancing guidelines, others are not, and that worries people concerned about the spread of the coronavirus. Alex Edelman/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What To Do When People Don't Practice Social Distancing

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"For Sale By Owner" and "Closed Due to Virus" signs are displayed in a storefront in Grosse Pointe Woods, Mich. on April 2, 2020. The coronavirus has triggered a stunning collapse in the U.S. workforce. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Attorney General William Barr speaks about the redacted version of the Mueller report as U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (right) and U.S. Acting Principal Associate Deputy Attorney General Ed O'Callaghan listen at the Department of Justice Thursday before the document's release. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman meets with a delegation of U.S. evangelical Christian leaders in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, in November. Bandar Algaloud/Courtesy of Saudi Royal Court/Handout via Reuters hide caption

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Evangelicals Seek Detente With Mideast Muslim Leaders As Critics Doubt Motives

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Tilko, a refugee from Iraq (at center with her back to the camera), at a Hanukkah celebration on Dec. 4 with the Jewish volunteers who helped her resettle in America. Jerome Socolovsky/NPR hide caption

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After Pittsburgh Shooting, Jewish Congregations Vow To Keep Helping Refugees

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Faith-based groups from both sides of the political spectrum are working to inspire voters for the midterms. A man listens as Black Voters Matter co-founder LaTosha Brown speaks at a church as part of The South Rising Tour, aimed at getting more voters to the polls. John Bazemore/AP hide caption

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Faith Groups Get Out The Vote For The Midterm Elections

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Encore: Many Look To Buddhism For Sanctuary From An Over-Connected World

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One recent study estimated that Americans are spending nearly six hours a day on their connected devices. Add television to that and the total rises to nearly 10 hours. Deborah Lee/NPR hide caption

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Many Look To Buddhism For Sanctuary From An Over-Connected World

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