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Ibrahim Halil Dudu is a master tailor. He's also a Syrian refugee living in Ontario, and when the bride next door's zipper broke, he came to the rescue. Lindsay Coulter/Lindsay Coulter Photography hide caption

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An Act Of Kindness, From One Immigrant To Another

Ibrahim Halil Dudu is a master tailor. He's also a Syrian refugee who had recently arrived in Ontario. And when the bride next door's zipper broke at the last minute, he came to her rescue.

Shimon Peres, former president of Israel, appears in a 2012 music video promoting his Facebook page. Peres/YouTube hide caption

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How Effective Was Shimon Peres' Social Media Push For Peace?

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Ibrahim Halil Dudu is a master tailor. He's also a Syrian refugee living in Ontario, and when the bride next door's zipper broke, he came to the rescue. Lindsay Coulter/Lindsay Coulter Photography hide caption

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An Act Of Kindness, From One Immigrant To Another

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After a string of inpatient rehabilitation stays, Louis Casanova, who lives near Philadelphia, says he is still trying to break his addiction. Ben Allen/WITF hide caption

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How We Got Here: Treating Addiction In 28 Days

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Michael Twitty wants credit given to the enslaved African-Americans who were part of Southern cuisine's creation. Here he is in period costume at Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's Virginia estate. Erika Beras for NPR hide caption

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This Historian Wants You To Know The Real Story Of Southern Food

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Prof. Dana Carney, co-author of a 2010 Psychological Science study on the idea of "power poses," says she now has no "faith in the embodied effects of power poses." Stacey A. Kamp/Stacey A. Kamp hide caption

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'Power Poses' Co-Author: 'I Do Not Believe The Effects Are Real'

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Toledano on set, being made up for one of his fates. Stephen T. Maing hide caption

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A Photographer Gets Old — Over And Over — In 'The Many Sad Fates'

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