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Scientists have videotaped sharks traveling a 500-mile-long "shark highway" in the Pacific Ocean. Andy Mann/Waitt Foundation/Pacifico hide caption

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Scientists Take A Ride On The Pacific's 'Shark Highway'

Biologists knew the sharks sometimes traveled from waters off Costa Rica south to the Galapagos Islands, but they'd never actually witnessed it.

Ms. A.B. is seeking asylum in the U.S. after suffering more than a decade of domestic violence in El Salvador. U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has personally intervened in her case. Kevin D. Liles for NPR hide caption

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This Salvadoran Woman Is At The Center Of The Attorney General's Asylum Crackdown

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Some personal injury law firms now automatically target online ads at anyone who enters a nearby hospital's emergency room and has a cellphone. The ads may show up on multiple devices for more than a month. sshepard/Getty Images hide caption

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Digital Ambulance Chasers? Law Firms Send Ads To Patients' Phones Inside ERs

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Scientists Take A Ride On The Pacific's 'Shark Highway'

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Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt announcing his decision in April to scrap Obama administration fuel economy standards. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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Nothing Certain In Search For 'Regulatory Certainty' At EPA

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Zan (Elle Fanning), an alien, starts a romance with Enn (Alex Sharp), a British punk, in How to Talk to Girls at Parties. Dean Rogers/Courtesy of A24 hide caption

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John Cameron Mitchell On Punks, Aliens And The Queerness Of 'How To Talk To Girls'

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