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"I think I've read everything that was written about [Escobar]," Moura says, "but I did that in order to forget all that and then to create my own version of him." Juan Pablo Gutierrez/Netflix hide caption

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'Narcos' Actor Wagner Moura On Shedding The Weight Of Pablo Escobar

The Brazilian actor gained 40 pounds for his role as the notorious drug kingpin. He says getting back in shape "wasn't only about losing weight, but getting rid of that character."

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The Book Without Words Bruno Sanfilippo
A Little Lair For A Very Small Bear Lowercase Noises
Party On The Planet Lars Danielsson

First responders have found that standard doses of naloxone aren't always enough to counteract the powerful sedating effects of carfentanil. Ted Horowitz/Getty Images hide caption

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An Even Deadlier Opioid, Carfentanil, Is Hitting The Streets

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Cotton Access Olan Mill
Winter Of The Electric Beach Olan Mill
Boss Chicago Underground Duo
Mysterious Wall The Flashbulb
Neon Wireframe Landscape The Flashbulb

"I think I've read everything that was written about [Escobar]," Moura says, "but I did that in order to forget all that and then to create my own version of him." Juan Pablo Gutierrez/Netflix hide caption

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'Narcos' Actor Wagner Moura On Shedding The Weight Of Pablo Escobar

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Tuyo Rodrigo Amarante
Kalimba Bixiga 70
Balkan Air Alboran Trio
Duende Alboran Trio
Prowlin' Whitefield Brothers

William Chambers, 9, with his mom, Ceceley, on a recent visit with StoryCorps. StoryCorps hide caption

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In Visit With Seniors, This Boy Learned Lessons That Go Beyond The Classroom

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Hammock Mico Nonet
Between Two Trees Mico Nonet
Bubbles Yosi Horikawa
The Path Of Light Alexandre Desplat
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The Galaxy Note 7 — shown at the IFA electronics trade fair in Berlin on Wednesday — is waterproof, as this demonstration was designed to highlight. But it turns out users might have another reason to drop it in water: Several dozen users have seen their phones catch fire, or even explode. Tobias Schwarz/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Samsung Recalls Galaxy Note 7 Over Exploding, Burning Batteries

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