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Goats and Soda

An Angry Crowd, A Burial Team's Escape: Scenes From The Ebola Outbreak

Health workers and other responders are threatened as often as three or four times a week in the country. And efforts to bring security are proving difficult.

(I've Got) Trouble in Mind The Limiñanas
Little Walter Rides Again Medeski, Martin & Wood & John Scofield
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Yin and Yang Uyama Hiroto
Grown Man Jessica Lea Mayfield

Pallbearers carry the caskets of brothers Cecil Rosenthal, 59, and David Rosenthal, 54, on Tuesday in Pittsburgh, Pa. The brothers were among 11 killed in the mass shooting at the Tree of Life Synagogue last Saturday. Jeff Swensen/Getty Images hide caption

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Pittsburgh Shooting And Other Cases Point To Rise In Domestic Extremism

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Nix Dawn of Midi
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Aninha Porcas Borboletas
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Be Easy Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings

In dueling lawsuits, Match, which owns Tinder, alleges that Bumble infringed on Tinder's intellectual property — while Bumble says that argument is bogus. Cameron Pollack/NPR hide caption

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The Tinder-Bumble Feud: Dating Apps Fight Over Who Owns The Swipe

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Staunton Lick Lemon Jelly, Simon Franglen et. al.
Pick Up Bastien Keb
Caracol Tremor
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Look (feat. M. Takara & Marcelo Cabral) DJ Mako

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Why Are People So Angry At Ebola Responders In The Democratic Republic Of The Congo?

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Outro Outlines/Irfane
Better Days Graham Nash

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Convicted Mobster James 'Whitey' Bulger, 89, Found Dead In Prison

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Suite 2 RJD2
Became Atmosphere
Social Insecurity Oddisee
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"Mother" Maybelle Carter (left) performs with her daughter Helen in 1977 at the A.P. Carter Memorial Festival in Virginia. Robert Alexander/Getty Images hide caption

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'Will The Circle Be Unbroken' Connects Musicians, Generation After Generation

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An Evening I will Not Forget Dermot Kennedy
Berceuse for piano in D flat major, Op. 57, CT. 7

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