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Investigations

As Rising Heat Bakes U.S. Cities, The Poor Often Feel It Most

Hotter neighborhoods tend to be poorer in dozens of major U.S. cities. That extra heat can have serious health effects for those living there.

Researchers in the U.K. say a teen has suffered vision loss after years of eating a highly limited diet consisting of snacking on Pringles potato chips, as well as French fries, white bread and some processed pork products. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Blind From A Bad Diet? Teen Who Ate Mostly Potato Chips And Fries Lost His Sight

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Controlla Drake
Montrose Le Matos
The High Heat wilco
Arcade Summer FM-84
Kefi Harald Kindseth
Right Off The Back Chicano Batman
Shanglin 2k15 VHS Dream

Gil Rodriguez constructs a door at the Howard McCray's commercial refrigeration manufacturing facility in Philadelphia last October. Manufacturing activity in the U.S. shrank last month for the first time in three years. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Manufacturing Shrinks For 1st Time In 3 Years On Trade Tensions

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Dwayne Tomah, the youngest fluent Passamaquoddy speaker, sings a Passamaquoddy song outside of his home in Perry, Maine. Tomah is translating and interpreting songs and stories from wax cylinders recorded nearly 130 years ago. Robbie Feinberg/Maine Public hide caption

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Historic Recordings Revitalize Language For Passamaquoddy Tribal Members

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Pineapple Blue Lab Beats
Behind the Mask Yellow Magic Orchestra

Kimberly Teehee is being nominated by Cherokee National Principal Chief Chuck Hoskin Jr. as a delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Cherokee Nation Names First Delegate To Congress

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Los Angeles The Midnight
Yellow Noise Spiro
Lost in Symmetry Droid Bishop
Skylines Timecop 1983

A-WA's latest album, Bayti Fi Rasi, is out now. Rotem Lebel/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Sisters Of A-WA 'Want To Bring Something New' To Yemen's Musical Traditions

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Hana Mash Hu Al Yaman (Here Is Not Yemen) A-Wa
Synth City Nightstop

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