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Songwriter Dan Johnson released an album earlier this year and a companion book that focuses on the mental health struggles of many veterans. He founded a non-profit called Project Hemingway dedicated to bringing down the veteran suicide rate. Doug Davis for NPR hide caption

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Addressing Veteran Suicides In Song And Prose

Dan Johnson is a Texas singer and songwriter who's launched a non-profit called Operation Hemingway to educate the public, and especially veterans, about the warning signs of suicide.

As This Moment Slips Away Joshua Redman & The Bad Plus
Blues for Basie Oscar Peterson
Muy Tranquilo Gramatik
Lucille Little Richard
Dead Against Smoking Admiral Fallow

Pro-European Union protesters demonstrate against Brexit outside the House of Parliament on Tuesday in London, as Prime Minister Theresa May was reaching an agreement with the EU. Jack Taylor/Getty Images hide caption

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U.K. And EU Finally Agree On Brexit Text, But It's Already Getting Slammed

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Count Your Blessings Hint
An Evening I will Not Forget Dermot Kennedy
Centipede Boogie Chet Atkins

From 200 to 2017, Anita Lo ran New York City restaurant Annisa, which held a Michelin star for nine consecutive years. Julie Smith hide caption

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In 'Solo,' Chef Anita Lo Celebrates The Art Of Cooking For One

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Marisol (Malena Villa) and Carlos (Lorenzo Ferro) get triggered in El Angel. Marcos Ludevid/The Orchard hide caption

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Death Wears A Pleasing Face In The Swoony, Stylized 'El Angel'

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La Casa del Sol Naciente Palito Ortega
No Surprise (Instrumental) The Shacks
This Strange Effect The Shacks
Action Tape 1 [Aim Madscope Mix] Search
3:06 Clutchy Hopkins

Asian-American students applying to college are closely watching a lawsuit alleging that Harvard University discriminates against Asian-American students in admissions. Scott Eisen/Getty Images hide caption

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As College Apps Are Due, Asian-American High Schoolers Consider Affirmative Action

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Walk Tycho
Primitive (The Way I Treat You) Ambulance LTD

President Trump speaks to CNN journalist Jim Acosta during a news conference at the White House earlier this month. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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CNN Sues Trump Administration To Restore Jim Acosta's Press Credentials

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Ionism Michael Brook
Want Something Done (Instrumental) Oddisee
Ash (feat. M. Takara & Marcelo Cabral) DJ Mako

Chase Kulakowski, 3, contracted the polio-like condition known as acute flaccid myelitis in 2016. Two years later, his mother isn't sure he will ever recover. He's seen on his bed at home in Dyer, Ind., in October. Armando L. Sanchez/Chicago Tribune/TNS via Getty Images hide caption

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Cases Of Mysterious Paralyzing Condition Continue To Increase, CDC Says

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Songwriter Dan Johnson released an album earlier this year and a companion book that focuses on the mental health struggles of many veterans. He founded a non-profit called Project Hemingway dedicated to bringing down the veteran suicide rate. Doug Davis for NPR hide caption

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Addressing Veteran Suicides In Song And Prose

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Bloom Dan Johnson
Everybody's Got to Learn Sometime [Exclusive Recording] Beck

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