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Honour the Dead, or Else Owen Pallett
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The Summit Fire burned hot and fast up the Banning Pass area, near Beaumont, Calif., on May 1, leaving a moonscape in its wake. Houses that had cleared brush and wood from around their property were left unscathed. Nathan Rott/NPR hide caption

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Calif. Firefighters Rush To Get Ahead Of Early Fire Season

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Moonlight in Vermont Aaron Diehl
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Cecile McLorin Salvant's new album is titled WomanChild. John Abbott/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Authentic Early Jazz, From A 23-Year-Old 'WomanChild'

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday in a case that looked at whether police could take DNA samples from people who had been arrested but not yet convicted of a crime. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Rules DNA Can Be Taken After Arrest

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Halo Heads Tristeza
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Oxana and Pavel Rucsineanu walk to the tuberculosis hospital in Balti, Moldova. Oxana and their new baby live in an apartment, but Pavel still has to stay at the TB ward, fighting for his life. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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Love In The Time Of TB: A Young Family Fights An Ancient Foe

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Gov. Phil Bryant, at the Teenage Pregnancy Prevention Summit in Jackson, Miss., in 2012, supports a controversial effort to identify men who impregnate teen girls. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Miss. Turns To Cord Blood To Track Down Statutory Rapists

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Hello Muddah, Hello Drama: The Brief Bloom Of Parodist Allan Sherman

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