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Christian Olvera at Taqueria El Rey restaurant in Dalton, Ga. He has lived in Dalton most of his life with his parents, who are in the country illegally. Kevin D. Liles for NPR hide caption

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Politics

As Congress Debates Immigration, Dreamers Are In Limbo Along With Their Families

As the Senate turns to immigration, there's also a lot at stake for the young undocumented immigrants known as DREAMers — and for millions of their family members, too.

Christian Olvera at Taqueria El Rey restaurant in Dalton, Ga. He has lived in Dalton most of his life with his parents, who are in the country illegally. Kevin D. Liles for NPR hide caption

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As Congress Debates Immigration, DREAMers Are In Limbo Along With Their Families

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Rekindling L'Indecis
Offcut #1

Omar Visintin of Italy, Konstantin Schad of Germany, Jonathan Cheever and Tim Watter of Switzerland compete during the FIS Freestyle Ski World Cup in France in December. Laurent Salino/Agence Zoom/Getty Images hide caption

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When Being An Olympic Snowboarder Doesn't Pay The Bills

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Shutter Nocturnes

The new hospital garment ties in the front, like a robe, allowing the patient more modesty than the standard gown. Sophie Sahara Barkham/courtesy Care+Wear hide caption

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Can A Patient Gown Makeover Move Hospitals To Embrace Change?

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Roll With the Punches Mk.Gee
Street Scene Steven Perri & Zamaun

Seventeen Broadway theaters are now using technology that allows deaf and hearing-impaired patrons to see closed captions on their smartphones. Unlike the white smartphone background seen here, the GalaPro app screen is dark. Caiaimage/Sam Edwards/Getty Images hide caption

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It's OK To Look At Your Phone At A Broadway Show, If Your Hearing Is Impaired

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Glenn Allen Sims and Linda Celeste Sims perform the duet "Fix Me, Jesus" in Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater's Revelations. The pair have been married for almost 20 years. Nan Melville /Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater hide caption

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On Stage, In Marriage, These 2 Alvin Ailey Dancers Learned The Steps Together

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Shining Star Earth, Wind & Fire
Neon Experience Június Meyvant

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