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Deforested land on Indonesia's Borneo Island. Activists are using satellites to monitor deforestation, but cloud cover sometimes hides it from view. Bay Ismoyo/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Pillagers Of Tropical Forests Can't Hide Behind Clouds Anymore

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The Key Emancipator
Angels (Kygo Edit) The XX
I Am Real Punk Gold Panda
Your Good Times Are Just Beginning Gold Panda

Sandra Griffin sits on her porch in St. Louis. The state of Missouri is demanding that more than 46,000 people pay back unemployment benefits they received. In December, the state told Griffin she owed nearly $8,000. Corinne Ruff for NPR hide caption

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States Can Forgive Unemployment Overpayments, But Missouri Demands People Pay Up

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Robin Wright stars as Edee in her feature directorial debut Land. Wright says her character has made a decision: "If I die, it's on me. I'm making this cognitive choice to live off the grid and try to find a new Edee." Daniel Power/Focus Features hide caption

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Robin Wright Makes Her Feature Directorial Debut In 'Land'

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Pilots Jerry Griffin (left) of the Birmingham Police Department and Jonathan Johnson of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office conduct a helicopter training flight using new virtual reality technology. Russell Lewis/NPR hide caption

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New Virtual Reality Tool Aims To Reduce Aviation Crashes

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Journey Among Worlds Niklas Paschburg

A "Help Wanted" sign is posted in front of a business on Feb. 4 in Miami. Although millions are unemployed, some businesses that require being on-site are struggling to find workers. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Millions Are Out Of A Job. Yet Some Employers Wonder: Why Can't I Find Workers?

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This 2017 photo shows a slogan is on the storefront of Journey, a former substance abuse treatment center, in Lake Worth, Fla. Now closed, it was one of two centers owned by Kenneth Chatman, who is now serving a 27-year federal prison sentence for health care fraud and money laundering convictions. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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As Addiction Deaths Surge, Profit-Driven Rehab Industry Faces 'Severe Ethical Crisis'

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