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With Wallpaper, 'Whiskey' And Women, Reese Witherspoon Celebrates The South

The actress' book title, Whiskey in a Teacup, comes from a phrase her grandmother used to describe Southern women: Like whiskey in a teacup, they're beautiful on the outside and fierce on the inside.

The entrance of Rio de Janeiro's treasured National Museum, one of Brazil's oldest, on September 3, 2018, a day after a massive fire ripped through the building. Carl de Souza/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Stool From Slave Trade Era Is Likely Destroyed In Brazil's Museum Fire

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Charnisha Thomas signs in during the Louisiana presidential primary in 2008. In a new poll released Monday, African-American voters say they wait in longer lines and travel farther to get to polling places than white voters. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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NPR/Marist Poll: 40 Percent Of Americans Think Elections Aren't Fair

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Megan Baker (left) of Papa & Barkley Co., a Cannabis company based in Eureka, Calif., shows Shirley Avedon of Laguna Woods different products intended to help with pain relief. Stephanie O'Neill for NPR hide caption

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Ticket To Ride: Pot Sellers Put Seniors On The Canna-Bus

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Daily low-dose aspirin can be of help to older people with an elevated risk for a heart attack. But for healthy older people, the risk outweighs the benefit. Bruno Ehrs/Getty Images hide caption

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Study: A Daily Baby Aspirin Has No Benefit For Healthy Older People

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Members of a swift water rescue team check a submerged vehicle stranded in floodwaters caused by the tropical storm Florence in New Bern, N.C., on Sept. 15. Chris Seward/AP hide caption

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'I Lost Literally Everything': Historic Town Cleans Up After Catastrophic Flooding

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