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Three high school students in Oakland, Calif., swap photos using Snapchat. Ike Sriskandarajah/Youth Radio hide caption

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Teens Dig Digital Privacy, If Snapchat Is Any Indication

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Zheng Jinrong poses with a portrait of herself and her grandson in a migrant village in Shanghai. She received the photographs as part of a global event to provide high-quality portraits for people who otherwise can't afford them. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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For Working-Class Chinese, 'Picture Day' Is A Rare Treat

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Andre Le Notre pumped in water from the Seine River to create the Grand Canal at Chateau of Versailles. Boris Horvat/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Royal Gardener Planted The Seed Of Urban Planning At Versailles

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Susan Shargel, an insurance broker in San Francisco, says she's seeing health insurance plans offer fewer doctor and hospital options. Pauline Bartolone hide caption

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To Curb Costs, New California Health Plans Trim Care Choices

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Bales of imported clothing are wheeled into the Gikombo Market in Nairobi, Kenya. Sarah Elliott for NPR hide caption

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The Afterlife Of American Clothes

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Curator Jenny Robb is in charge of the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum's vast collection of everything from Calvin and Hobbes to Superman. Tony Dejak/AP hide caption

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Supersized Cartoon Library Welcomes 'All Geeks And Dorks'

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Former Miss Israel and Fast & Furious actor Gal Gadot has been cast as Wonder Woman in the upcoming Batman vs. Superman movie. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images hide caption

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Dear Zack Snyder, Regarding Wonder Woman

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