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Trumpeter Geraldo Marshall and trombonist Johannes Utas, students at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts, rehearse for their school's 40th anniversary celebration. Lauren Migaki/NPR hide caption

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The Public School Where The Duke Lives On

Nowhere is the legacy of Edward Kennedy "Duke" Ellington — among the greatest composer/bandleaders in history — more profound than at the Washington, D.C., arts high school that bears his name.

LeBron James of the Miami Heat wears black socks to protest Clippers owner Donald Sterling during the Heat's playoff game Monday against the Charlotte Bobcats. Stars throughout the NBA have offered bitter rebukes of Sterling. Streeter Lecka/Getty Images hide caption

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Sterling's Tarnished History Of Alleged Discrimination

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The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in two cases over whether law enforcement can search cellphones obtained at an arrest without a warrant. iStockphoto hide caption

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All Tech Considered

Weighing The Risks Of Warrantless Phone Searches During Arrests

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Weighing The Risks Of Warrantless Phone Searches During Arrests

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At Harmanli Camp in Bulgaria, hundred of asylum seekers — mostly from Syria and Afghanistan — live in reconfigured shipping containers and decommissioned military schools. The poor country is ill-equipped to deal with the influx of refugees from Syria. Jodi Hilton for NPR hide caption

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With Dogs And Batons, Bulgaria Tells Syrian Refugees To Turn Back

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The Public School Where The Duke Lives On

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The Public School Where The Duke Lives On

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In January, President Obama attended an event for the Council on Women and Girls where he signed a memorandum creating a task force to respond to campus rapes. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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National

Student Activists Fight To Stem Sexual Assaults

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Student Activists Fight To Stem Sexual Assaults

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Future Wants To Change Your Mood

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Future Wants To Change Your Mood

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