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Photographer JeongMee Yoon felt her daughter's life was being overtaken by pink. She illustrated that in her 2006 portrait Seo Woo and Her Pink Things. JeongMee Yoon/Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Jenkins Johnson Gallery hide caption

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Girls Are Taught To 'Think Pink,' But That Wasn't Always So

After World War II ended, Rosie the Riveter traded in her factory blues for June Cleaver's pink apron. A new exhibit traces pink back to the beginning — when plenty of boys wore it, too.

Latvia's former president, Vaira Vike-Freiberga, is shown here at a NATO summit in 2006. During her presidency, Latvia joined both NATO and the European Union in 2004. ROMAN KOKSAROV/AP hide caption

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Latvia's Ex-President: 'We Have To Worry' About Russia

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The Simpsons, which has been on-air longer than Ukraine has been an independent country, is popular there. Some Russian-speakers even say they find the show funnier when it is dubbed in Ukrainian rather than their native Russian. Fox via Getty Images hide caption

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What 'The Simpsons' Says About Ukraine's Language Divide

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Some of the 79 people told by the Confederated Tribes of Grande Ronde that they were enrolled in error. Seated on the floor are Russell Wilkinson (left) and Mia Prickett. Seated second row (from left) are Nina Portwood-Shields, Jade Unger, Marilyn Portwood, Eric Bernando, Debi Anderson and Val Alexander. Standing are Antoine Auger (left) and Erin Bernando. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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For Native Americans, Losing Tribal Membership Tests Identity

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Alicia Villanueva gives change to a customer at Off the Grid, a weekly street-food market in San Francisco. Sarah Peet /Sarah Peet Photography hide caption

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Lending Circles Help Latinas Pay Bills And Invest

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The Central Identification Laboratory of the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Pentagon announced that it will overhaul how the organization finds, identifies and returns the remains of thousands of service members lost in past wars. Elyse Butler for NPR hide caption

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Pentagon Reorganizing How It Brings Home America's War Dead

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Danielle Probst, 50, works part-time in food service at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C. Previously, she worked in film and marketing and also had an internship at a social media marketing company. Jim Tuttle/NPR hide caption

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An Intern At 40-Something, And 'Paid In Hugs'

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Bette Midler is a Grammy Award-winning singer and Academy Award-nominated actress. Jonathan Pushnik/Simon & Schuster hide caption

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In Early Memoir, Bette Midler Adorned The Truth In Sequins

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Ryan Braun of the Milwaukee Brewers singles in the bottom of the fourth inning against the Atlanta Braves during Opening Day. Mike McGinnis/Getty Images hide caption

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WATCH: For The First Time, An Ump's On-Field Call Is Overturned

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Photographer JeongMee Yoon felt her daughter's life was being overtaken by pink. She illustrated that in her 2006 portrait Seo Woo and Her Pink Things. JeongMee Yoon/Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Jenkins Johnson Gallery hide caption

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Girls Are Taught To 'Think Pink,' But That Wasn't Always So

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