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Missing Travel? This 'Irreverent Guide' Visits Anthony Bourdain's Favorite Places

"He always made people feel like they belonged," says a former Bourdain producer. World Travel: An Irreverent Guide is based on the TV chef's writings and an interview conducted just before his death.

I Wish (Instrumental Version) Juan Rios
Padres (Instrumental Version) Juan Rios

Young people today are getting ready to make the most of their youth by partying like these young women did back in the 1920s. Kirn Vintage Stock/Getty Images hide caption

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Life In The Roaring 2020s: Young People Prepare To Party, Reclaim Lost Pandemic Year

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Former Vice President Walter Mondale and former President Jimmy Carter appeared together in 2018, marking Mondale's 90th birthday. Star Tribune via Getty Images hide caption

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Former Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At 93

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Florida Adopts Nation's Toughest Restrictions On Protests

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Sulma Franco, an organizer with Mujeres Luchadoras and Grassroots Leadership and an LGBT activist from Guatemala, leads protesters on March 24 to the entrance of the T. Don Hutto Residential Center in Taylor, Texas, where U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement contracts for the detention of migrant women. Julia Robinson hide caption

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Immigrant Detention For Profit Faces Resistance After Big Expansion Under Trump

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