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Kacey Musgraves: 'Star-Crossed' And Thriving

"We're all taught that the success of a relationship has to somehow correlate with the length of it ... I just don't think that that's fully accurate." The singer-songwriter's new album is out today.

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Kacey Musgraves: 'Star-Crossed' And Thriving

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New Studies Find Evidence Of 'Superhuman' Immunity To COVID-19 In Some Individuals

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The White House said that President Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping agreed on Thursday "to engage on both sets of issues openly and straightforwardly." Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Biden And Xi Jinping Speak For The 1st Time In Months Amid Fraying U.S.-China Ties

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Justice Stephen Breyer welcomes the resumption of in-person oral arguments at the high court this fall. Elizabeth Gillis/NPR hide caption

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Breyer Warns Against Remaking The Court: 'What Goes Around Comes Around'

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