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Biying Ni cooks dinner in New York City. After coming to the U.S. in 1981, Ni worked as a nanny for many years before retiring in 2000. She continues to make dishes that she grew up with in China's Fujian Province for her friends and family. Bryan Thomas for NPR hide caption

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The Salt

Think 'Chinese Food' Means Lo Mein? Home Cooking Brings More To The Table

A new museum exhibition highlights the vast diversity of Chinese regional cuisines. It features not just celebrity chefs but also immigrant home cooks, for whom the kitchen can be a sphere of comfort.

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Why Busing Didn't End School Segregation

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Sweat Moss of Aura
Ah Ouia Exile
Shoulder Kiss Freddie Joachim
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Blue Eye Ear Paris Zax

On April 2, 2014, Sen. Barbara Mikulski, D-Md., waited for her colleagues to arrive before a news conference on the Senate steps of the Capitol to support equal pay for women and an increase in the minimum wage. Tom Williams/Getty hide caption

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Detailed Data May Not Be Enough To Close Gender Pay Gap

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Ringo Atmosphere
Prayers Khudosoul

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Chicago City Council Approves Oversight Agency To Police The Police

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Bunch of Keys [*] Mr. Scruff
Have a Nice Dream Blue in Green
Realize Theo Croker
Drug Induced Poetry Felly

(Left) Edith Einarsson, Kristina Ingemarsdotter Persson, Samuel Einarsson and Per Einarsson. (Center) Yao Zhang, Shanshan Zhang and Rachel Meng. (Right) Lama Dossary and her daughter Leila. Linda Johansson/Courtesy of Kristina Ingemarsdotter Persson; Courtesy of Rachel Meng; Bushra Al-Hinai/Courtesy of Lama Dossary hide caption

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Countries Around The World Beat The U.S. On Paid Parental Leave

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Early Orange
It's Not Julie Hanse

U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein speaks outside the U.S. District Court in Greenbelt, Md., on Nov. 12, 2010. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Prosecutor Leading NSA Secrets Case Is The Ultimate Survivor

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Driving The Wet Pavement Sabzi
Last Home Typesun
Soul Power Kokolo

Biying Ni cooks dinner in New York City. After coming to the U.S. in 1981, Ni worked as a nanny for many years before retiring in 2000. She continues to make dishes that she grew up with in China's Fujian Province for her friends and family. Bryan Thomas for NPR hide caption

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Think 'Chinese Food' Means Lo Mein? Home Cooking Brings More To The Table

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Paisley Park Prince & the Revolution
Goliath Monophonics

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