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Candi and Estela Reyes shared memories of their father during a 2012 StoryCorps interview in El Paso, Texas. Anaid Reyes/StoryCorps hide caption

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'He's In Our Soul': Sisters Remember Their Dad's Legacy On Father's Day

At StoryCorps, Estela and Candi Reyes recount how a simple act of devotion helped them say goodbye to their beloved father. "Papito era lo máximo," Estela said. "He was everything to us."

Haircut Pax
2you Pax
Big Rings Future & Drake
Change Locations Future & Drake
Passionfruit Drake

In ending his presidential run, Beto O'Rourke said, "Our campaign has been about seeing clearly, speaking honestly and acting decisively in the best interests of America." claire harbage/NPR hide caption

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Beto O'Rourke Calls For A 'Moonshot' To Combat Climate Change

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Reverie Sofie Birch
2000 Species of Cacti Avalon Emerson
Natural Impasse Avalon Emerson

In City on a Hill, Aldis Hodge plays Assistant District Attorney Decourcy Ward, who is new to the corrupt criminal justice system of 1990s Boston. Eric Ogden/Showtime hide caption

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Aldis Hodge, A 30-Year Acting Veteran At Age 32, On 'City On A Hill'

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Holy Thursday David Axelrod
Smile David Axelrod

Two white steel pulleys are part of a $16 million ride going up in eastern China's newest military-themed amusement park, Sun Tzu Cultural Park. They'll be shipped to the Qingdao port southeast of Beijing, where customers will have to pay a newly imposed tariff. Since last fall, Beijing has hiked the duty on U.S.-made amusement rides twice. Rebecca Ellis/KUER hide caption

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A Not-So-Thrilling Ride For U.S.-Made Roller Coasters

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Guzz
HuangShan Al Kelly

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'He's In Our Soul': Sisters Remember Their Dad's Legacy On Father's Day

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Siloed Matthew Stevens
Woodwork Matthew Stevens
Do You Feel Me Steve Arrington & Dâm-Funk
Whispers Sufvyn
Ascension Sufvyn
Sonic Signature Almaty
Gen4 Almaty
Friday I'm In Love (Focus Mix) ST*RMAN

Rep. James Clyburn will host a fish fry, a mainstay of South Carolina politics for nearly 30 years, on June 21. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Why 2020 Democrats Are Lining Up For Clyburn's 'World Famous' Fish Fry

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Oxycodone pain pills prescribed for a patient with chronic pain are photographed in 2016. Attorneys unveiled a plan Friday morning which they say would move the nation closer to a global settlement of lawsuits stemming from the deadly opioid crisis. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Architecture For Possible Nationwide Opioid Settlement Unveiled

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