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Houses lie at the base of Colorado National Monument. The school district in Grand Junction knows it could take years to see whether their efforts towards suicide prevention have worked. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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How One Colorado Town Is Tackling Suicide Prevention — Starting With The Kids

Eight of the top 10 states with the highest suicide rates are in the Mountain West. Grand Junction, Colo., has launched an ambitious effort starting in the schools to try to address the problem.

Bone Collector Julian Lage & Chris Eldridge
Ghostwriter Aim

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How One Colorado Town Is Tackling Suicide Prevention — Starting With The Kids

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If Only My Heart Were Wide Like the Sea Bruno Bavota
The Body Appears Evelyn Ida Morris
Liquid Pyramids Tristeza

Magic "is beautiful and dangerous — it is a fight between good and evil," says third-generation witch Mihaela Minca. A 2014 survey found that in Romania, one in five people believe witches have powers. Joanna Kakissis for NPR/NPR hide caption

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In The Land Of Dracula, Witches Work As 'Life Coaches' Of The Supernatural

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Suspiria Goblin
Bag of Bones Felix Laband

Volunteers Kayo Beshir, left, and Jazmin Ramirez, right, knock on doors in Antioch, Tenn., in an effort to get pro-immigrant voters to the polls. Joel Rose/NPR hide caption

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Migrant Caravan Top Of Mind For Voters Thousands Of Miles Away In Tennessee

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Dear Madison Explosions in the Sky & David Wingo
Lazarus David Bowie
Division Tycho
Evil Stevie Wonder
Bamboo Hinds
Sea Weed Tariq Da Hustla
Little Soul Pete Rock
Cognac (Instrumental) Monster Rally & Jay Stone

Tom Morello's solo debut record, The Atlas Underground, is out now via Mom + Pop Music. Eitan Miskevich/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Tom Morello's Solo Debut Creates Art From Wreckage

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