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Mayor-elect Mike Duggan speaks at his election night celebration in Detroit on Tuesday. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Many Rooting For Down-On-Its-Luck Detroit And Its New Mayor

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Jim Fossum holds a photograph of his aunt, Elsie Fossum, who died from injuries her caregiver said were the result of a fall. Mina Kim/KQED hide caption

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When Caregivers Are Abusers: Calif. Complaints Go Unanswered

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Jessica and Anthony Villarreal in December 2011, more than three years after the explosion that severely burned Anthony in Afghanistan. Courtesy of Jessica Villarreal hide caption

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Severely Burned Marine Finds Strength In Nascent Marriage

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Attorney Francis Chin (center) runs through his lines with Yang Chen at a rehearsal for 22 Lewd Chinese Women, the latest trial re-enactment by the Asian American Bar Association of New York. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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Asian-American Lawyers Act Like '22 Lewd Chinese Women'

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'A Rose Is A Rose Is A' 75-Year-Old Kid's Book By Gertrude Stein

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View of a destroyed Jewish shop in Berlin on Nov. 11, 1938, after the anti-Semitic violence of Kristallnacht. The pogrom unleashed Nazi-coordinated attacks on thousands of synagogues and Jewish businesses. Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images hide caption

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Bearing Witness To Nazis' Life-Shattering Kristallnacht

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Actress and singer BibĂ­ Ferreira has been performing on stage and television for more than 60 years. Wilian Aguiar/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Brazil's 91-Year-Old Leading Lady Still Shines

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