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'Mr. Spider' Says Goodbye: An Art Teacher's Final Day At School

For nearly a quarter century, Mathias Schergen taught in one of Chicago's toughest neighborhoods. Now, he's moving on.

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Logo Or No Go? When Campaign Logos Look A Little Too Familiar

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Judy Is a Dick Slap Belle and Sebastian
Shine It Medeski, Martin & Wood
Summertime Sadness Lana Del Ray
Stay Gavin Mikhail

A wildfire raced through the neighborhood of Broadview in Wenatchee, Wash., destroying numerous homes and apple-processing facilities. Fire managers are worried that parts of Washington state are years behind other places in the West when it comes to fire mitigation and prevention. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Wildfire Worries Rage In Typically 'Wet' Washington State

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Manuel Santos feeds 6-month-old Carmen as biological father Bud Lake looks on. The couple is fighting for custody of the baby, born to a surrogate in Thailand who now wants to keep her. Michael Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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A Thai Surrogacy Case, With A 6-Month-Old Girl Caught In The Middle

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Sanctum (Nujabes Tribute) Reki
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'Mr. Spider' Says Goodbye: An Art Teacher's Final Day At School

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Zhi Zhan Zhi Shang
You Should Know Dwele, PRhyme

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Beyond A Bailout: Greece Needs Debt Relief, IMF Says

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Psiu! Puxa! Lights Out Asia
5 Misled Children

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In The Age Of #BlackLivesMatter, The NAACP Tries To Reach A Younger Generation

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Give It to Y'all Pete Rock
Something Blue AlexNacila
Bend Chet Faker

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Progress In The Fight Against A Parasite That Causes Diarrheal Disease

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Let's Make a Vow (Faisal Remix) Diamond Messages
Sundown Highway Long Distance Calling
Moscow to Odessa Vladimir Vysotsky
Blackout [Instrumental] [Instrumental] Ghostface Killah & Raekwon

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