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London Mayor Boris Johnson plays a guitar at an event to promote street performances in the city in March 2015. Johnson has broken ranks with Prime Minister David Cameron, a fellow Conservative Party member, by calling for Britain to leave the European Union. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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London's Popular And Populist Mayor Makes The Case For Leaving The EU

Ahead of a vote, a wild-haired populist has split conservatives. Born rich, he vows to fight for the working class. He points out Obama's Kenyan roots. He's not Trump. He's London Mayor Boris Johnson.

You Could Ruin My Day Four Tet
Traitor Bonobo & Menahan Street Band

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U.S. Spent $1.4 Billion To Stop HIV By Promoting Abstinence. Did It Work?

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Two Silver Trees Calexico
Life's What You Make It Zinoba

Women stroll on a Tehran street. Iranians are bracing themselves for extra scrutiny of their dress and behavior when a new, undercover morality police squad is deployed. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Springtime In Iran Means The 'Morality Police' Are Out In Force

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A customer receives a slice of pizza from the prepared food section of the new Whole Foods Market Inc. store in downtown Los Angeles. Prepared foods sold at supermarkets, big-box and convenience stores are a bigger and bigger portion of those companies' profits. Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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What's For Dinner? The Options For A Fast Answer Multiply

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Lead in the drinking water in Flint, Mich., has caused a massive public health crisis and prompted President Obama to declare a federal state of emergency there. Carlos Osorio/AP hide caption

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Educators In Flint Step Up Efforts To Reach Youngest Victims Of Tainted Water

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London Mayor Boris Johnson plays a guitar at an event to promote street performances in the city in March 2015. Johnson has broken ranks with Prime Minister David Cameron, a fellow Conservative Party member, by calling for Britain to leave the European Union. Alastair Grant/AP hide caption

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London's Popular And Populist Mayor Makes The Case For Leaving The EU

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Douglas Bruce, a driving force behind TABOR, celebrates at a victory party in downtown Denver after Amendment 1 was projected to pass. Jay Koelzer/Rocky Mountain News/CPR hide caption

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Pushing The Brake On Education Funding In Colorado

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A Starbucks in Santa Monica, Calif. With no other place to go, many of Los Angeles' homeless end up at the chain's outlets — to the consternation of some employees. Denise Taylor/Moment Editorial/Getty Images hide caption

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How Starbucks Got Tangled Up In LA's Homelessness Crisis

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