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Why The Famine In South Sudan Keeps Getting Worse

The U.N. says Sudan — and three other countries — are the scene of catastrophic famine. What are the causes?

Cecile Richards, the president of Planned Parenthood, says the health care provider takes in about $400 million per year in reimbursements under Medicaid and other federal programs. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Planned Parenthood Would Lose Millions In Payments Under GOP Health Plan

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Women carry food in gunny bags after visiting an aid distribution center in South Sudan on March 10. Albert Gonzalez Farran /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Why The Famine In South Sudan Keeps Getting Worse

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Dan Fogelman is the creator of the breakout NBC family drama This Is Us. Producer Kevin Falls, who has worked with Fogelman on previous shows, has coined a term for the twists and monologues that Fogelman sprinkles into scripts: "Fogeldust." Maarten de Boer/Getty Images hide caption

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'This Is Us' Creator Dan Fogelman Says He Didn't Mean To Make You Cry

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Donald Boyer (right) and Ann Justi celebrate their wedding with Rabbi Andy Dubin at their home in Yonkers, N.Y. Fred Mogul/WNYC hide caption

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Love In The Time Of Repeal And Replace

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After escaping violence in El Salvador in 1984, Magdalena Rivas found refuge in Old Cambridge Baptist Church in Cambridge, Mass. More than 30 years later, she revisits the small chapel where she slept. Gabrielle Emanuel/WGBH hide caption

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Religious Communities Continue The Long Tradition Of Offering Sanctuary

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Lin-Manuel Miranda's hit musical Hamilton won 11 Tonys in 2016. It still draws sellout crowds to the Richard Rogers Theatre in New York as well to touring productions. Evan Agostini/Invision/AP hide caption

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A Blind Theatergoer's 'Hamilton' Lawsuit Aims Spotlight On Broadway Accessibility

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