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Ten years ago, black Lab mix Abby ran away from home. Now, she has been reunited with her owner Debra Suierveld, who tells NPR's Scott Simon that Abby has fit right back in with the family. Courtesy of Debra Suierveld hide caption

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10 Years After She Went Missing, A Black Lab Is Returned To Her Owners

Ten years ago, black Lab mix Abby ran away from home. Now, she has been reunited with her owner Debra Suierveld, who tells NPR's Scott Simon that Abby has fit right back in with the family.

President Trump and Vice President Pence watch the Inaugural Parade on Jan. 20, 2017. The military is now looking at options for a military parade at Trump's request. Patrick Smith/Getty Images hide caption

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A Military Parade Should Be About People, Not Power

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Run Run Run The Flowers of Hell
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A New Monologue For Eve Ensler, Re-Enacting Life With Cancer

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50 Years After The Orangeburg Massacre, Looking For Justice In South Carolina

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Passage Lowercase Noises
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F*** You Guys (First Take) Medeski, Martin & Wood
Inside The Forest Youlu
Artifact Balmorhea

Police investigate a car stopped in front of a security gate this week outside City Hall in New York. Douglas Schifter, a longtime New York City livery driver, took his life in front of City Hall. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Driver's Suicide Highlights 'Race To The Bottom' In Cab Industry, Union Director Says

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Ten years ago, black Lab mix Abby ran away from home. Now, she has been reunited with her owner Debra Suierveld, who tells NPR's Scott Simon that Abby has fit right back in with the family. Courtesy of Debra Suierveld hide caption

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10 Years After She Went Missing, A Black Lab Is Returned To Her Owners

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