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Music News

What's Your American Anthem?

Starting July 4, we'll bring you the stories of 50 songs — stretching from before the days of sound recording to the present — that rouse, uplift or call to action. To do that, we need your help.

While Baby Duke Brothers stayed in the NICU, his parents could watch over him via web cam. Blake Farmer/WPLN hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Cameras On Preemies Let In Families, Keep Germs Out

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Cameras On Preemies Let In Families, Keep Germs Out

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Lesley McClurg tests the at-home, over-the-counter food allergy test at KQED Headquarters in San Francisco, Calif., on April 11, 2018. Lauren Hanussak/KQED hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Do DIY Medical Tests Promise More Than They Can Deliver?

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Do DIY Medical Tests Promise More Than They Can Deliver?

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Scientists tagged over 30 great white sharks last fall — more than they had ever done in a single season. Courtesy Stanford University — Block Lab Hopkins Marine Station hide caption

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Great White Sharks Have A Secret 'Cafe,' And They Led Scientists Right To It

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Kendrick Lamar performs at the BET Awards in 2015, the year his song "Alright" was released and exploded into an anthem of protest. Christopher Polk/BET/Getty Images hide caption

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American Anthem

What's Your American Anthem?

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What's Your American Anthem?

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Jewelry shops in Riyadh could be among the businesses to feel the strain after a government edict to replace foreign workers with Saudi ones. Fayez Nureldine/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Saudi Arabian Businesses Struggle With Rule To Replace Foreign Workers With Locals

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Ivan Duque, presidential candidate for the Democratic Center, and his vice presidential candidate Marta Lucia Ramirez, raise arms after winning the first round of Colombia's presidential election. A runoff with Gustavo Petro will be held June 17. Fernando Vergara/AP hide caption

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The Two-Way

Colombia's Presidential Election Moves To A 2nd Round Pitting Right Against Left

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Colombia's Presidential Election Moves To A 2nd Round Pitting Right Against Left

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Massena, N.Y., Town Supervisor Steven O'Shaughnessy says the community is hungry for jobs, and cryptocurrency miners could represent a huge opportunity. "They need lots of power," he says. "And we can provide that." David Sommerstein/NCPR hide caption

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National

Cryptocurrency Miners Make Big Promises In Small Towns

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Cryptocurrency Miners Make Big Promises In Small Towns

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In recognition of the 50th anniversary of the death of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and in solidarity with the family and supporters of Stephon Clark and others killed by police, demonstrators protest and march in the Magnificent Mile shopping district on April 2, 2018 in Chicago. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Criminal Justice Collaborative

Chicago Debates If Civilian Groups Should Oversee Police

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Chicago Debates If Civilian Groups Should Oversee Police

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