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Students take part in a protest at the University of Hong Kong on Jan. 20. They protested after a pro-Beijing official was appointed to a senior role, amid growing worry over increasing political interference in academia. Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Parallels

In Hong Kong, A Tussle Over Academic Freedom

Students at the University of Hong Kong protested last month, saying university governance is subject to political interference from Beijing.

A neighborhood where many people have left their homes because of a massive natural-gas leak is seen in the Porter Ranch neighborhood of Los Angeles in December. David McNew/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will California Gas Leak Mark A Turning Point In Energy Debate?

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Workers "sling" the last remaining shark cast from the original Jaws mold and lift it, by crane, to a nearby crate. After spending more than 25 years at a Los Angeles junkyard, "Bruce" is headed for a museum. Todd Wawrychuk/Courtesy of AMPAS hide caption

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From Junkyard To Museum: The Journey Of A 'Jaws' Shark

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Shelter dog Rohan takes a break from his scent detection trials to play outside. Rohan is one of several dogs training to detect homemade bombs at the Canine Science Collaboratory at Arizona State University. Jimmy Jenkins/KJZZ hide caption

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National Security

Dogs' New Challenge: Find A Bomb Before It Becomes A Bomb

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Dogs' New Challenge: Find A Bomb Before It Becomes A Bomb

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Students take part in a protest at the University of Hong Kong on Jan. 20. They protested after a pro-Beijing official was appointed to a senior role, amid growing worry over increasing political interference in academia. Philippe Lopez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Parallels

In Hong Kong, A Tussle Over Academic Freedom

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In Hong Kong, A Tussle Over Academic Freedom

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Ethel Waters and Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson in the 1943 film version of Cabin in the Sky, directed by Vincente Minnelli. John D. Kisch/Separate Cinema Ar/Getty Images hide caption

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Music News

Building A New 'Cabin In The Sky'

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Building A New 'Cabin In The Sky'

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The Flint River is pictured in downtown Flint, Mich., on Feb. 4. The city's water problems began when it switched to using the Flint River for its supply in 2014. They were exacerbated by government officials' failure to disclose and stop the leaching of lead and other toxins into the water. Laura McDermott for NPR hide caption

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National

Flint Residents' Broken Faith: 'The People We Trusted Failed Us'

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Flint Residents' Broken Faith: 'The People We Trusted Failed Us'

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Ken Baker with a clear glass message bottles, though he favors green glass to send his notes. Inside, he writes about himself, mentions the bottle project and how far past bottles have gone and includes contact information. Daniel Gross hide caption

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How A Man's Message In A Bottle Met A Kindred Spirit Miles Away

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Unlike other late night shows, Full Frontal doesn't have guests, and it doesn't put host Samantha Bee behind a desk. Peter Yang/TBS hide caption

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'Full Frontal' Showrunner: 'It's A Feminist Show Because We Are All Feminists'

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