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The Two-Way

Bob Adelman, Who Photographed Iconic Civil Rights Moments, Dies

His photos appeared in national newspapers and magazines. But Adelman was an artist and activist first. He was a part of the civil rights movements.

Crew members of the U.S. Navy destroyer USS Jason Dunham load supplies while docked in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, in 2015. The U.S. and Cuba have restored diplomatic relations, but the U.S. says it remains committed to keeping the base. David Welna/NPR hide caption

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Obama's Cuba Visit Raises The Question Of Guantanamo Bay's Future

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Mercy, a San Francisco-­based nonprofit, provides subsidized affordable housing for low-income residents, including 25 apartments reserved for 18- to 24-­year-­olds. Shawn Wen/Youth Radio hide caption

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In San Francisco, An Affordable Housing Solution That Helps Millennials

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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump addresses the Republican Jewish Coalition in December. He was booed for hesitating on the question of whether Jerusalem should be the capital of Israel. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Politics

For Trump, AIPAC Speech Provides Foreign Policy Test

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For Trump, AIPAC Speech Provides Foreign Policy Test

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The 80-year-old Tsukiji Fish Market currently sits on some of the most valuable land in Tokyo, with easy access to wholesalers, retailers and tourists. Naomi Gingold for NPR hide caption

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For Tokyo's Famed Fish Market, A Dreaded Death And A Hopeful Rebirth

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Author Helen Oyeyemi's new book reflects her fascination with keys. Manchul Kim hide caption

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Manchul Kim

Author Interviews

Keys Are The Key To 'What Is Not Yours'

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Keys Are The Key To 'What Is Not Yours'

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Bob Adelman, Who Photographed Iconic Civil Rights Moments, Dies

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