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After Four Months Without Power, A Puerto Rico Town Strings Its Own Lines

The Pepino Power Authority of Puerto Rico is a volunteer band of citizens restoring power on their own. The island's electric utility says their work is illegal. Residents don't care.

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Pom Pom Ace Robert Le Magnifique

Rosa Cruz and Luis Felipe Colón standing beneath the newly illuminated light on their front porch. The couple had been without electricity for four months. Adrian Florido/NPR hide caption

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After Four Months Without Power, A Puerto Rico Town Strings Its Own Lines

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Stumble on Air Tristeza
Fair Youth Maybeshewill
How You Been? Harrison Fjord

Formed in 1965, Jane was an underground network in Chicago that counseled and helped women who wanted to have abortions. (From left) Martha Scott, Jeanne Galatzer-Levy, Abby Parisers, Sheila Smith and Madeline Schwenk were among the seven members of Jane arrested in 1972. Courtesy of Martha Scott hide caption

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Before 'Roe v. Wade,' The Women of 'Jane' Provided Abortions For The Women Of Chicago

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Felt Lining The Cabinetmaker
1st Session Louis Bordeaux
Fanfare Feat. Flamingosis mtbrd
This Must Be the Place Kishi Bashi
Crystals Moon
Capicua Animal Chuki
Wanted/Wasted P.O.S & Astronautalis
Paradiso Konono No. 1

During the 2013 shutdown, tourists have to look at Mount Rushmore from the highway because the national memorial in Keystone, S.D., was closed. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Open Or Closed? Here's What Happens In A Partial Government Shutdown

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Ballicki Bone Hypnotic Brass Ensemble
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Former gymnast Rachael Denhollander was the first woman to file a criminal complaint against Larry Nassar, the former doctor for USA Gymnastics. Nassar has admitted to sexually assaulting minors. Chris Carlson/AP hide caption

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Sexual Assault Survivor Speaks Out Against Former USA Gymnastics Doctor

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Goliath Monophonics [2]
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