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Notorious RBG: The Supreme Court Justice Turned Cultural Icon

Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a cultural icon about the time she turned 80 and became known as "Notorious RBG" — a most unusual identity for a member of the U.S. Supreme Court.

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Notorious RBG: The Supreme Court Justice Turned Cultural Icon

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Ed Walker hosted WAMU 88.5's Big Broadcast, a popular show featuring rebroadcasts of vintage radio dramas, for more than two decades. The 83-year-old died Monday shortly after his final broadcast. Jeff Watts/WAMU 88.5 hide caption

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Remembering A Lifelong Radio Man And His 'Big Broadcast'

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How many hot dogs are safe to eat? We tackle your questions about an expert panel's conclusion that processed meats are carcinogenic. iStockphoto hide caption

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Processed And Red Meat Could Cause Cancer? Your Questions Answered

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Yelp users, who flock to the platform known for its reviews and recommendations, should be on the lookout for astroturfing — the creation of fake reviews to make a business look more popular. Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Don't Necessarily Judge Your Next E-Book By Its Online Review

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Nimmu, 15, on the terrace of the Veerni Institute. To stay in school, she needs to pass a national test this March. The problem: "I'm not a great student," she says. Because child marriage is illegal in India, we can't use her full name. Poulomi Basu/VII Photo hide caption

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Why This Child Bride Needs Good Grades: #15Girls

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Generations of children have leaned over the side of this bridge for a game of Poohsticks in the real-life Hundred Acre Wood. Rich Preston/NPR hide caption

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'Natural World': In Which We Make An Expotition To The Hundred Acre Wood

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