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This Valentine's Day, I'm Loving The Boyfriend I Built For Myself

Single and tired of being asked if you're dating? A new service offers the appearance of having a significant other who texts you and even leaves voice mails. NPR's Jasmine Garsd gave it a try.

Roseanne Roseannadanna (Gilda Radner) with Jane Curtin in 1979. Edie Baskin/Taschen hide caption

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See What 'Saturday Night Live' Looks Like The Rest Of The Week

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Rep. Mia Love of Utah is one of three black Republicans in Congress — the largest class since Reconstruction. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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At Critical Juncture, GOP Honors Largest Class Of Black Lawmakers

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The finite romance in The Last Five Years is "haunting, bittersweet" says NPR film critic Bob Mondello. Courtesy of RADiUS hide caption

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Love From A To Z — And Back Again — In 'The Last Five Years'

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Britain's Finance Minister George Osborne greets New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie outside 11 Downing Street in London. Christie had a bumpy trip after he said parents should "have some measure of choice" when it comes to vaccinating their children. Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Latest Must-Go Presidential Campaign Stop: London

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Arctic Granny (right), a GMO variety created by Okanagan Specialty Fruits, got the gren light from federal regulators Friday. The apple doesn't turn brown like a conventional Granny Smith apple (left). Okanagan Specialty Fruits hide caption

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GMO Apples Get The Nod, But Not Much Of A Welcoming Party

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In this 2012 photograph, Adamu Ali carries his 4-year-old son, Omar, who was stricken with polio earlier that year. They live in the Nigerian village of Minjibir. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Nigeria Is On The Verge Of Bidding Goodbye To Polio

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