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8 Women Who Invented American Popular Music

Angélique Kidjo Celebrates Celia Cruz: 'Everything About Celia Is Self-Determination'

Celia Cruz always embraced salsa's African roots — and West African musician Angélique Kidjo embraced her right back. Kidjo recently sat down with Alt.Latino to talk about Cruz's influence on her.

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North America Has Lost 3 Billion Birds, Scientists Say

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Imagining Buffalo Ryuichi Sakamoto, Alva Noto and Bryce Dessner
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It's Magical Masayoshi Fujita
Anew (feat. Jon Anderson) Teen Daze
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With Abortion Restrictions On The Rise, Some Women Induce Their Own

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Brise [Breeze] Hans-Joachim Roedelius
Looped Kiasmos
Jam Man Chet Atkins
Cascade Ryan Helsing
Starry Night Peggy Gou

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As Drugmakers Face Opioid Lawsuits, Some Ask: Why Not Criminal Charges Too?

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Holocene Bon Iver
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Beauty Beats Beats Antique
Dolce Vita Ryan Paris
Downton Abbey — The Suite The Chamber Orchestra of London

A pharmacist collects packets of boxed medication from the shelves of a pharmacy in London, U.K. A proposal announced by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi Thursday would allow the government to directly negotiate the price of 250 U.S. drugs, using what the drugs cost in Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, and the United Kingdom as a baseline. Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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How An 'International Price Index' Might Help Reduce Drug Prices

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love, love, love basa basa

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Fate Of Fetal Remains Unclear As Investigation Continues In Indiana

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Bridges Koresma

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Angélique Kidjo Celebrates Celia Cruz: 'Everything About Celia Is Self-Determination'

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Liverpool Street in the Rain mall grab

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