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Chief Justice Margaret Marshall asks petitioner to explain a point during arguments before the Supreme Judicial Court in Boston in 2005. George Rizer/AP hide caption

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Former Mass. Chief Justice On Life, Liberty And Gay Marriage

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Diners drinking raki, a traditional Turkish alcoholic drink flavored with anise, at a restaurant in Istanbul. Jodi Hilton for NPR hide caption

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Not Everyone Cheers Turkey's Move To Tighten Alcohol Rules

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The secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court resides in this courthouse in Washington, D.C. Cliff Owen/AP hide caption

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The History Behind America's Most Secretive Court

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Shengqiao Chen spent two and a half years at York County prison while his asylum case was pending. He has been living in the United States for longer than he lived in China, and has no immediate family left in his native Fujian Province. Few people call him by his Chinese given name any longer — his wife and children know him only as Sean. Diptych by Katja Heinemann for NPR hide caption

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Finding An Anchor For A Life Set Adrift By A Shipwreck

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José-Luis Orozco is as much an educator as an entertainer: The singer and author is passionate about teaching children to be bilingual through music. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Jose-Luis Orozco: Capturing Kids' Attention In Two Languages

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Residents socialize and children play in the tranquil plaza of Mage, a small town that has seen an increase in violence as pacification efforts in Rio de Janeiro are forcing drug traffickers out of the capital's favelas, or shantytowns. Lianne Milton for NPR hide caption

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Criminals Fleeing Rio Crackdown Set Up Shop In The Suburbs

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Heavy Rotation: 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

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