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Post Malone chases happiness, chicken nuggets and love in new album 'Austin'

Hip-hop superstar Post Malone shares stories of fatherhood, self-doubt and why he named his latest album after his real name.

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Post Malone chases happiness, chicken nuggets and love in new album 'Austin'

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Post Malone chases happiness, chicken nuggets and love in new album 'Austin'

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Dr. Ashley Peterson, photographed inside the Dedicated Senior Medical Center office in Columbia, S.C., where she advises patients with diabetes on how to beat the heat. ChenMed/ChenMed hide caption

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Summer heat can be more extreme for people with diabetes

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Why it's easier to make healthy food choices in Japan

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A sign displays an an unofficial temperature as jets taxi at Sky Harbor International Airport at dusk, July 12 in Phoenix. Matt York/AP hide caption

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Three-quarters of Republicans prioritize the economy over climate change

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Bessy Hernandez, 73, sells fruits and vegetables at the Tropicana Flea Market produce stand. Hernandez's sales have dropped 40 percent in recent months as a result of the new Florida immigration law. Claudia Grisales/NPR hide caption

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Sales are way down at a Florida flea market. A new immigration law could be to blame.

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U.S. Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), Chair of the House Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol, speaks to the media after the committee voted to subpoena former President Donald Trump. Tasos Katopodis/Getty Images hide caption

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House Jan. 6 committee chair Bennie Thompson says our democracy is 'very fragile'

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