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Art & Design

For Fashion Designer Christian Siriano, No Size Is Out Of Style

You could say Siriano is having a moment: He featured five plus-size models at a recent fashion show and dressed stars of all sizes for this year's Emmys.

Quentyn Israel, 6, watches with his father and siblings as President-elect Barack Obama gives his victory speech on Nov. 4, 2008, in Denver, Colo. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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For Much Of Black America, Election 2016 Has Been Rough

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Austin Beggin (left) and Tim Flynn. Both men suffered neck injuries that left them paralyzed. Courtesy of Shelly Beggin; Courtesy of Kerry Sheridan hide caption

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Been There: Lessons From A Shared Experience

After Paralysis, A Life Of 'A Different 10,000 Things'

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After Paralysis, A Life Of 'A Different 10,000 Things'

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The rice fields below the village of Banatte. Jason Beaubien/NPR hide caption

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Goats and Soda

Who Can Haitians Trust To Deliver Hurricane Aid?

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Who Can Haitians Trust To Deliver Hurricane Aid?

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Christian Siriano, seen here in April, says, "Clothes and fashion should be fun and fabulous," not stressful. JP Yim/Getty Images hide caption

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For Fashion Designer Christian Siriano, No Size Is Out Of Style

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Legal rules in most states bar judges from hearing testimony about jury deliberations after a trial is over. Brennan Linsley/AP hide caption

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Divided Supreme Court Hears 'Screaming Racial Bias' Juror Case

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The United Nations humanitarian coordinator for Yemen, Jamie McGoldrick (center, in light blue shirt) inspects a funeral hall on Monday, two days after it was destroyed in Sanaa, Yemen, in an airstrike by a Saudi-led coalition. At least 140 people were killed. Hani Mohammed/AP hide caption

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As Yemen's War Worsens, Questions Grow About The U.S. Role

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Florance Eloi works the omelet station at Hilton's Conrad Miami. By the time Eloi gave birth, a new company policy guaranteed her 10 weeks of fully paid parental leave. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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Stretched: Working Parents' Juggling Act

From Cooks To Accountants: Hilton Extends Paid Parental Leave To All

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From Cooks To Accountants: Hilton Extends Paid Parental Leave To All

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Dating app Hinge has killed its freemium product and, in an effort to get serious daters only, is offering a new service for $7 a month. Hinge hide caption

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Hinge

All Tech Considered

Can Dating App Hinge Make You Talk, Not Swipe?

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Can Dating App Hinge Make You Talk, Not Swipe?

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Jan Mapou in his bookstore, Libreri Mapou, in Miami's Little Haiti. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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A Nation Engaged: Sparking Conversations That Matter

To Be An American, Says This Haitian-American, Means You Have A Voice

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To Be An American, Says This Haitian-American, Means You Have A Voice

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