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Video: Animal Cafes Are Cool, But Does A Raccoon Cafe Go Too Far?

In NPR's Elise Tries series, correspondent Elise Hu tests out new experiences in East Asia. In this inaugural episode, she visits a South Korean animal cafe. Things don't go as smoothly as planned.

Penn State student Tim Piazza died after being put through a fraternity hazing ritual. His brother Michael, mother Evelyn and father James hope his death sparks some change on college campuses. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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'Horror' Of Student's Hazing Death At Penn State Sparks Change

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"I've never felt this vulnerable putting out music, because I don't think this is a piece of myself I've put out there before," Harry Styles says of his solo debut. Harley Weir/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Harry Styles: 'It Was Time For Me To Be Scared'

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Anthony "Tony Bees" Planakis at StoryCorps in New York City. Planakis retired from the NYPD in 2014, but still takes calls about hives and swarms. StoryCorps hide caption

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Protect, Serve And Take Care Of The Bees

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Is recycling bad? No, but research suggests recycling can have a downside. Hiroshi Watanabe/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Recycling Options Lead People To Waste More

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