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Fresh Air for Nov. 17, 2018: Bugs And Bacteria In Your Home; Actor Steven Yeun

Humans would do better to accept many of the life forms that share our space, than to scrub them all away, says ecologist Rob Dunn. Basic Books hide caption

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Fresh Air Weekend: Bugs And Bacteria In Your Home; Actor Steven Yeun

Fresh Air Weekend: Bugs And Bacteria In Your Home; Actor Steven Yeun

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Fresh Air for Nov. 16, 2018: 40 Years Later, Jonestown Offers A Lesson In Demagoguery

Florence Pugh plays an actress who attempts to infiltrate a terrorist cell in the new AMC miniseries The Little Drummer Girl. Jonathan Olley/AMC/Ink Factory hide caption

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The Twists And Turns In 'Little Drummer Girl' Are Pure Le Carré

The Twists And Turns In 'Little Drummer Girl' Are Pure Le Carré

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Fresh Air for Nov. 15, 2018: Inside The Russian Disinformation Playbook

Fresh Air for Nov. 14, 2018: 'Shirkers' Director Sandi Tan

President Trump addresses the crowd during a rally in Houston in support of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz on Oct. 22,. During the rally, he described himself as a "nationalist," and encouraged his supporters to use the word. Loren Elliott/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: 'Nationalist' Arises, With Myriad Connotations, As The Word Of 2018

Opinion: 'Nationalist' Arises, With Myriad Connotations, As The Word Of 2018

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Fresh Air for Nov. 13, 2018: Exploitation In Howard Hughes' Hollywood

A new book examines billionaire filmmaker Howard Hughes and the sexual relationships he had with Hollywood actresses. He's shown above in 1947. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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'Sex, Lies And Stardom': Exploitation In Howard Hughes' Hollywood

'Sex, Lies And Stardom': Exploitation In Howard Hughes' Hollywood

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