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Picture This: Illustrator Gets Inspired By The Morning News

Last year, illustrator Maria Fabrizio was having a slow day at work, so she drew a picture of the pope "hanging up his hat." The idea caught on, and now she creates a news-inspired image every day on her Wordless News blog. Next week, all of her pictures will be inspired by Morning Edition.

Residu Bram Weijters
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Nightingale Bram Weijters
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All Is Fair in Love and War Gojogo
Yangsta Gojogo
Rising Sun Over Smiling Lovers Shigeto / A Setting Sun
When I Look At Your Face I Laugh and Cry Shigeto / A Setting Sun
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La joie de Roushen Issa Hassan
Two of You Marco Benevento
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Protesters rally outside of a Wendy's in Brooklyn, New York, on Dec. 5 in support of raising fast food wages from $7.25 to $15 per hour. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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Minimum Wage Loses Ground Since Its Banner Year In 1968

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One (AHAD) Ahmad Jamal
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The Line Ahmad Jamal
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Kathleen Russo (right) and daughter Marissa Maier visited StoryCorps to remember Russo's late husband, writer Spalding Gray. StoryCorps hide caption

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Spalding Gray's Family Remembers A Man Who Was 'Never Boring'

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The North Greatern Fredrik
Nauvoo Unwed Sailor
The Garden Unwed Sailor

Syrian refugees arriving at the transit camp in Friedland, Germany, stand in line at the registration desk on Sept. 11. Germany has deported asylum seekers on the basis of an EU treaty that requires migrants seeking entry to Europe to be processed by the first EU country they arrive in. Many Syrians in Germany have come from other countries such as Bulgaria or Greece. Swen Pfortner/DPA/Landov hide caption

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Despite Dim Prospects, Syrian Exodus To Germany Continues

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Other people's money: Leonardo DiCaprio plays high-living stock swindler Jordan Belfort in The Wolf of Wall Street. Paramount Pictures hide caption

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A 'Wolf' On The Loose, And Loving The Carnage

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