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Sue Conley (left) and Peggy Smith, co-founders of Cowgirl Creamery, prepare their chilled leek and asparagus soup with creme fraiche and fresh ricotta at Cowgirl Creamery in Point Reyes Station, Calif. Tim Hussin for NPR hide caption

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The Salt

Want Your Cheese To Age Gracefully? Cowgirl Creamery's Got Tips

The co-founders of Cowgirl Creamery were among the first American cheesemakers to be recognized by the prestigious French cheese guild. So they know a thing or two about storing and using old cheese.

Muslim Rohingya women are pictured at the Thae Chaung camp for internally displaced people in Sittwe, Myanmar, on April 22. The stateless Rohingya in western Myanmar have been confined to the camps since violence erupted with majority Buddhists in 2012. The camps rely on international aid agencies, but still lack adequate food and health care. Minzayar/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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In Buddhist-Majority Myanmar, Muslim Minority Gets Pushed To The Margins

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Tom and Bonnie Lewis were stopped on a trip from Texas to New Hampshire because they were flying along a known drug air route. John Burnett/NPR hide caption

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After Private Pilots Complain, Customs Rethinks Intercept Policy

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Habib Koite's "L.A." is a favorite of KALW in San Francisco. Dirk Leunis/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Download 10 Songs Public Radio Can't Stop Playing

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Google X is building a few hundred self-driving cars that have no steering wheel, accelerator pedal or brake pedal. Google hide caption

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All Tech Considered

Google Is Becoming A Car Manufacturer

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Google Is Becoming A Car Manufacturer

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The first lesson of long-term care insurance: Shopping before health problems set in improves your chances of being accepted while tempering lifetime premium payments. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Shots - Health News

How To Shop For Long-Term Care Insurance

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How To Shop For Long-Term Care Insurance

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Sue Conley (left) and Peggy Smith, co-founders of Cowgirl Creamery, prepare their chilled leek and asparagus soup with creme fraiche and fresh ricotta at Cowgirl Creamery in Point Reyes Station, Calif. Tim Hussin for NPR hide caption

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Want Your Cheese To Age Gracefully? Cowgirl Creamery's Got Tips

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The hemp seedlings in Ben Holmes' warehouse in Lafayette, Colo., will be ready for harvest in about 50 days. Holmes says that during the peak growing season, the little sprouts can shoot up several inches each day. Luke Runyon/KUNC/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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Industrial Hemp Could Take Root, If Legal Seeds Weren't So Scarce

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Referee Mendy Rudolph officiates a Knicks-Pistons game in 1971. Refs often say it's best to go unnoticed, but an official who "makes a call with vigor and elan is really a beautiful part of the game," says Frank Deford. AP hide caption

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Sweetness And Light

Don't Overlook The Unsung Umpire; Referees Can Be Pretty, Too

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Don't Overlook The Unsung Umpire; Referees Can Be Pretty, Too

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Maya Angelou, poet in residence at Wake Forest University, talks about the poem she wrote for President Clinton's inauguration from her office in Winston-Salem, N.C., on Sept. 16, 1996. Chuck Burton/AP hide caption

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Maya Angelou, Poet, Activist And Singular Storyteller, Dies At 86

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