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Jawaharlal Nehru, here conferring with Mahatma Gandhi, was India's first prime minister and a key figure in the country's 20th century independence struggle. Central Press/Getty Images hide caption

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In India, A Battle Brews Over A Museum Honoring A Revered Leader

Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to update the Nehru Memorial Museum, honoring India's first prime minister, to include his own achievements. Critics say it's an effort to undermine Nehru's legacy.

Fiorina speaks to voters in Dover, N.H., on Saturday. She has said of Wednesday's debate: "Many people don't know me yet. So it's an opportunity to introduce myself." Sarah McCammon/NPR hide caption

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Fiorina Will Need To Stand Out, Not Just Stick Out, On Debate Stage

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#Cashtag: Twitter To Allow Direct Campaign Contributions

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Arabic Gum Metal Fingers
Passing Me By The Pharcyde

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In India, A Battle Brews Over A Museum Honoring A Revered Leader

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Hand-Me-Downs
Fess Up Dr. John

Genie Nguyen came to the U.S. from Vietnam in 1975 and remembers voting for President Reagan. But, she said, she now feels Republicans have "gone too far to the right." Asma Khalid/NPR hide caption

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How Asian-American Voters Went From Republican To Democratic

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Cosmic Journey Solange & Bilal
Happy Lawyers The Books
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Animal Rap [Micky Ward Mix][Instrumental] Jedi Mind Tricks
Chonkyfire OutKast

The public share to pay for construction of a new Minnesota Vikings football stadium is reportedly $498 million. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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Spending Public Money On Sports Stadiums Is Bad Business

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Maybe One Day Exile, Black Spade et. al.
Otha Fish [Instrumental] The Pharcyde

Caryl Johnson (center) oversees communion at St. Mary Magdalene Community in Drexel Hill, Pa., as parishioners Janet Hamm and Jim Kalb assist. Unlike most traditional Roman Catholic services, a gluten-free bread and alcohol-free wine are offered. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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In Defiance Of The Church, Some Catholic Women Seek Priesthood

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Former Prime Minister Ferenc Gyurcsany and wife Klara Dobrev (at top right) host breakfast for migrants at their home in Budapest. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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A Former Hungarian Leader Hosts Migrants, Despite Government Crackdown

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Lecker Kinski
Space Oddity The London Symphony Orchestra & Royal Choral Society
Come Sail Away Styx

Cabral plays Hector Tontz, a former gangbanger implicated in a drug-related murder, in ABC's American Crime. It wasn't long ago that Cabral himself was facing a possible 35-year sentence for violent assault. Van Redin/ABC hide caption

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How Former Gang Member Richard Cabral Went From Prison To Prime Time

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All You Got Is Your Word [Instrumental] [Instrumental] Souls of Mischief
Flight #5 Dr. John
Charmed Life Icebird
Song For Junior Beastie Boys
Transatlantic Quantic

Katie Serio, director of treatment and prevention at the Council on Alcohol and Substance Abuse of Livingston County, N.Y., trains a group of school nurses to use the overdose antidote naloxone at Dansville High School. Michelle Faust/Side Effects Public Media hide caption

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School Nurses Stock Drug To Reverse Opioid Overdoses

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Epilogue The Books
Cineramascope Galactic feat. Trombone Shorty and Corey Henry
Bluerunner Geno Delafose