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In A Houston Emergency Room, It Was A Week Like No Other

At the only emergency department providing care in downtown Houston, staff stayed in the hospital throughout the week to care for patients. It was an emotional experience.

Andrew White helps a neighbor — and a dog — get to safety after their street was flooded by Hurricane Harvey. Scott Olson /Getty Images hide caption

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A Bipartisan Bill Helped Save Pets From Harvey, And Maybe Their Humans Too

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Remembrance Balmorhea
Once There Was a Hushpuppy

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In A Houston Emergency Room, It Was A Week Like No Other

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Nathan Englander is also the author of What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank. Joshua Meier/Courtesy of Alfred A. Knopf hide caption

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Nathan Englander Says His New Book Is 'A Turducken Of A Novel'

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Actually Smiling Geotic
Realize

Brexit: The Musical, written by EU trade lawyer Chris Bryant and directed by Bronagh Lagan, debuted at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August in Scotland. Courtesy of Ian Vincent for "Brexit: The Musical" hide caption

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Who's Got A Plan For Brexit? This Hit Musical Does

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London Calling (Instrumental Version) The Hit Co.

Modu Churi, who fled his village to escape the militant Boko Haram group last year, now earns a living by charging cellphones for displaced persons in northeastern Nigeria. Jide Adeniyi-Jones for NPR hide caption

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How To Succeed In Business After Fleeing For Your Life

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In the Jungle - Instrumental The Hygrades
Rough Rider The Hygrades
Ravelling At The End Of times, Nothing
Waver OK Ikumi
Cabaret Liza Minnelli & Charles Aznavour
Theme from a Summer Place The Swingfield Band