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Art & Design

We Are What We Wear: Exhibition Examines Clothing That Changed The World

A new exhibition at New York's MoMA explores the social history of clothing items like flip-flops ("a humble masterpiece," according to one curator) and the white T-shirt.

False Dawn Miktek
Incompressible Flow Miktek
Angels (Kygo Edit) The XX

The contents of a drug overdose rescue kit at a May 13, 2015, training session in Buffalo, N.Y., on how to administer naloxone, which reverses the effects of heroin and prescription painkillers. Carolyn Thompson/AP hide caption

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To Save Opioid Addicts, This Experimental Court Is Ditching The Delays

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Replacement Driver Saxon Shore
Angels and Brotherly Love Saxon Shore

Volunteers offer cards to be filled out and sent to members of the House of Representatives as Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients wait in line at the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA) office in Los Angeles on September 30, 2017. Frederic J. Brown /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Deadline Looms For Thousands Of DREAMers

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The Game - Instrumental Gabriel Garzon-Montano
Alien Family (Instrumental) J Dilla
downtown oofoe
I Do Exist T-Bone Burnett & The Civil Wars
A Secret Society Signal Hill

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We Are What We Wear: Exhibition Examines Clothing That Changed The World

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Make the Road By Walking Menahan Street Band
Cissy Strut The Meters

Hospitals in Puerto Rico are dealing with no power, no air conditioning, no local water, no local food, no Internet and very limited communication. Carol Guzy for NPR hide caption

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112 Degrees With No Water: Puerto Rican Hospitals Battle Life And Death Daily

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Refugio Tomas Gubbins
Bucle Tomas Gubbins
Happysad Sunday Kiefer

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Senator To Ex-CEO: Equifax Can't Be Trusted With Americans' Personal Data

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Same Ol' Mistakes Rihanna
Mi Chocolatina Quantic Presenta Flowering Inferno
Harpy Berry Weight
Jazz Influence Kondor
I Am Pleasant As The Poets Affirm
Erato As The Poets Affirm
Still Sound Toro y Moi

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