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President Kennedy passes out pens on June 10, 1963, after signing the Equal Pay Act. Harvey Georges/AP hide caption

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50 Years After The Equal Pay Act, Gender Wage Gap Endures

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Mike Jackson has diabetes and high blood pressure. His eye was damaged after he cut back on insulin because he couldn't afford it. Bryan Terry for NPR hide caption

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Shots - Health News

African-Americans Remain Hardest Hit By Medical Bills

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African-Americans Remain Hardest Hit By Medical Bills

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Cliburn medalists Beatrice Rana, second place winner; Vadym Kholodenko, first place winner; and Sean Chen, third place winner, receive applause from the audience at the final awards ceremony at the 14th Van Cliburn International Piano Competition on Sunday. Rodger Mallison/MCT/Landov hide caption

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Deceptive Cadence

Ukrainian Wins Top Prize At Van Cliburn Piano Competition

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Ukrainian Wins Top Prize At Van Cliburn Piano Competition

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Barton Holmes, 2, sits with his father, Kevin Holmes, and his mother, Catherine McEaddy Holmes, during an appointment at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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Shots - Health News

With Epilepsy Treatment, The Goal Is To Keep Kids Seizure-Free

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With Epilepsy Treatment, The Goal Is To Keep Kids Seizure-Free

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Shipping containers stack up at the Port of Los Angeles. Nick Ut/AP hide caption

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Rail Project At Los Angeles Port Draws Environmentalists' Ire

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A National Security Agency data center is under construction in Bluffdale, Utah. When this data center opens in the fall, it will be the largest spy data center for the NSA. George Frey/EPA/LANDOV hide caption

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National Security

Amid Data Controversy, NSA Builds Its Biggest Data Farm

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Amid Data Controversy, NSA Builds Its Biggest Data Farm

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Eloisa Barrios visits the humble graves of nine male family members in the Guanayen cemetery. She says all nine were killed by the police, in what was a vendetta against her family. Recently, a 10th member of the family was stabbed to death. He was 17. Meridith Kohut for NPR hide caption

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In Venezuela, A Family Blames The Police For Their Misery

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Elsa Luisa Maria Schiaparelli, seen here in 1947, rose to fashion stardom in the 1930s. George Konig/Getty Images hide caption

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Book News & Features

In 'Shocked,' Patricia Volk Honors Two Formative Femmes

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In 'Shocked,' Patricia Volk Honors Two Formative Femmes

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