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Selling The Health Benefits Of Denver's Tap Water — After Flint

Though Denver's water supply is clean, health officials in Colorado are battling the stigma tap water acquired after the contamination in Flint, Mich. A Latino community group has stepped in to help.

Then-presidential candidate Rick Santorum speaks to reporters in the spin room Jan. 14 after the undercard portion of the Fox Business Network Republican presidential debate in South Carolina. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Spectacle Of Spin: The Post-Debate Room Where The Truth Gets Dizzy

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Albert Einstein once wrote that he was indebted to a favorite uncle for giving him a toy steam engine when he was a boy, launching a lifelong interest in science. AP hide caption

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Einstein Saw Space Move, Long Before We Could Hear It

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The Planets, suite for orchestra & female chorus, Op. 32, H. 125 [Venus, the Bringer of Peace (Adagio)] Women of the Ambrosian Singers, Simon Rattle (conductor)
Up to Pizmo Labradford

Donald Trump's paternal grandparents, Friedrich Trump and Elisabeth Christ, came from the southwest German village of Kallstadt. Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images hide caption

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In Trump's German Ancestral Village, The Locals Are Not Impressed

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Music for Mallet Instruments, Voices and Organ, for 3 female voices, 3 marimbas, 3 glockenspiels, vibes & organ Steve Reich, Steve Reich & Musicians, Michael Tilson Thomas (conductor)
Painting Silhouettes Quantic
Rey Meets BB-8

Jubilee's last show will be Feb. 11. "I'm sad for Las Vegas entertainment," says former Jubilee performer Maryann Picchi. Jerry Metellus/Caesars Entertainment hide caption

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'Trapped In Time,' The Last Showgirl Revue On Vegas Strip, Closes

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T. J. Miller performs at the 2014 SXSW Music Festival. He credits his high school drama teacher with setting him on his path to comedy. Heather Kennedy/Getty Images for SXSW hide caption

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Comic T.J. Miller: Trained Clown And Student Of Nietzsche

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Rokia Traoré's Commitment To Her Culture

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The Almudaina Palace (left) is one of two royal palaces on Spain's Mallorca island. Lauren Frayer for NPR hide caption

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Spain's Playground For The Wealthy Becomes Corruption Scandal Epicenter

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Silver Water Ripples The Gentlemen Losers
Just for a Day (Sunday) TM Juke

A Chipotle restaurant at Union Station in Washington, D.C. The company's food-safety troubles have provoked quite a bit of schadenfreude in the rest of the food industry. Gene J. Puskar/AP hide caption

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Chipotle's Food-Safety Woes? Don't Expect Sympathy From Rest Of Industry

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Selling The Health Benefits Of Denver's Tap Water — After Flint

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Hurricane Season Trombone Shorty
Shake Your Groove Thing Peaches & Herb

Zarafshan comes from a family of carpet weavers, dating back to her great-grandmother. Steve Inskeep/NPR hide caption

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The Carpet Weaver Of Shiraz

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Dave Stewart's new memoir, Sweet Dreams Are Made Of This, chronicles his life in music. Michelle Shiers/Courtesy of NAL hide caption

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In New Memoir, Eurythmics' Dave Stewart Tells Of Life Before And After 'Sweet Dreams'

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Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) Eurythmics
Here Comes The Rain Again

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