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Dr. Jean-Jacques Muyembe first encountered Ebola in 1976, before it had been identified. Since then, from his post at the Congo National Institute for Biomedical Research, he has led the global search for a cure. Samantha Reinders for NPR hide caption

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This Congolese Doctor Discovered Ebola But Never Got Credit For It — Until Now

Dr. Jean-Jacques Muyembe first confronted a mysterious, bloody disease in 1976. But credit for the discovery went to Belgian researchers.

President Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Lexington, Ky., Monday. His efforts don't appear to have been enough to carry incumbent GOP Gov. Matt Bevin over the finish line. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Tuesday's Elections Show Impeachment Might Not Boost GOP As Much As It Hoped

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The Rocket III Martin Tingvall
Submarine Bob James

Dr. Jean-Jacques Muyembe first encountered Ebola in 1976, before it had been identified. Since then, from his post at the Congo National Institute for Biomedical Research, he has led the global search for a cure. Samantha Reinders for NPR hide caption

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This Congolese Doctor Discovered Ebola But Never Got Credit For It — Until Now

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Buffalo Run Orville Peck
This Is How (We Want You To Get High) George Michael
Les automates College

The preliminary results described Wednesday come from two patients with multiple myeloma and one with sarcoma. This was just a first safety test, the scientists say, and was not designed to measure whether such a treatment would work. Jure Gasparic/EyeEm/Getty Images hide caption

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CRISPR Approach To Fighting Cancer Called 'Promising' In 1st Safety Test

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Pandora (For Cindy) Cocteau Twins
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Mike Lofgren, a former congressional staffer, wrote The Deep State in 2016. While the term is now widely in use, it's not in the way that Lofgren intended. He appears here on a PBS program hosted by commentator Bill Moyers. Moyers & Company/Screenshot by NPR hide caption

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The Man Who Popularized The 'Deep State' Doesn't Like The Way It's Used

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ABC News anchor Amy Robach complained in a leaked video that the network "quashed" her interview with Virginia Roberts Giuffre, an accuser of Jeffrey Epstein. Cindy Ord/Getty Images for Mount Sinai Health System hide caption

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ABC News Defends Its Epstein Coverage After Leaked Video Of Anchor

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Part of Your World Auli'i Cravalho
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Trumpeter and composer Nicholas Payton drew controversy in 2011 with his rejection of the word "jazz." Now, he's reimagining black music with a new symphony. Jennifer Coombes/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nicholas Payton Reimagines Musical Tradition With 'Black American Symphony'

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Movement VI Nicholas Payton
Friendship Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein

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