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One of the few women competing in Pakistan's parliamentary election on Saturday is Naz Baloch, 33, a first-time candidate. She's the daughter of a politician, but is running for a different party than her father. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Pakistani Women Still Struggle For A Voice In Politics

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Protesters demonstrate in downtown Orlando, Fla., on May 1, 2006. Most news outlets have long abandoned the use of the term "illegals." Roberto Schmidt/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Newsrooms, Some Immigration Terms Are Going Out Of Style

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In 1996, Josh Cutler took his tape recorder to high school, documenting his effort to live a normal life. Today, he also documents his efforts to live a normal life with a brain that often betrays him. Radio Diaries (left), David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Teenage Diaries Revisited: Growing Up With Tourette's

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Light It Up: Director Baz Luhrmann (right, with stars Leonardo DiCaprio and Carey Mulligan on the set of The Great Gatsby) brought a lush visual sensibility to a tale whose tone not everyone thinks of as epic. Matt Hart/Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Movies

At The Movies, A Swirl Of Style And Substance

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At The Movies, A Swirl Of Style And Substance

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A chef in the kitchen of NPR headquarters prepares turkey tails. Art Silverman/NPR hide caption

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The Salt

Samoans Await The Return Of The Tasty Turkey Tail

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Samoans Await The Return Of The Tasty Turkey Tail

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Garment workers sew T-shirts at a factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh, in 2009. Bangladesh, the world's second-largest clothing exporter, has lured clothing makers through a combination of low wages and light regulation. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Bangladesh's Powerful Garment Sector Fends Off Regulation

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Would Mel Brooks' famous 2,000-Year-Old Man have understood modern language? Researchers say there's a possibility. ABC/Photofest hide caption

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Could You Talk To A Caveman? Scientists Say It's Possible

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