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Communications store owner Donny Seto (right) says other business owners shouldn't be so hesitant to set up in the Congress Heights neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Leah Binkovitz/NPR hide caption

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Growing An Urban Neighborhood, One Store At A Time

One Washington, D.C., community is trying to give itself a boost by attracting more businesses. A new strategy may help the area break away from old perceptions that have been hurting its main strip.

Yolanda Madrid of Miami (left) talks with navigator Daniela Campos while signing up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act in January. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Florida's Insurers Push To Sell Health Coverage To Latinos

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Florida's Insurers Push To Sell Health Coverage To Latinos

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Technology

Wake Up And Smell The Bacon

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Wake Up And Smell The Bacon

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Communications store owner Donny Seto (right) says other business owners shouldn't be so hesitant to set up in the Congress Heights neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Leah Binkovitz/NPR hide caption

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Growing An Urban Neighborhood, One Store At A Time

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Growing An Urban Neighborhood, One Store At A Time

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Actress Cindy Lee Garcia (right) brought a copyright claim against Google with the help of attorney Cris Armenta over the film Innocence of Muslims, which was posted to YouTube in 2012. Jason Redmond/AP hide caption

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All Tech Considered

Anti-Muslim Video Still Stirring Controversy In The Courtroom

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Anti-Muslim Video Still Stirring Controversy In The Courtroom

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James Baldwin, shown here in 1964, was the first in a series of authors Harry and Lynne Sharon Schwartz recorded. Jenkins/Getty Images hide caption

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Book News & Features

Re-Released Recordings Reveal Literary Titans In Their Youth

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Re-Released Recordings Reveal Literary Titans In Their Youth

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