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Liliana Czegledi holds a photo of her daughter, Ioana, at her home in the village of Sînandrei in western Romania. Ioana was just shy of her 10th birthday when she died of complications from measles. She could not be vaccinated because she had a compromised immune system. Joanna Kakissis for NPR hide caption

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Goats and Soda

The Story Behind The Worst Measles Outbreak In The European Union

Europe is experiencing a record outbreak of measles, a disease that has been vaccine-preventable since 1963. And in the EU, Romania is ground zero.

On The Lake Peter Erskine, Palle Danielsson et. al.
On The Lake Peter Erskine, Palle Danielsson et. al.

The shooting at Mercy Hospital & Medical Center took the lives of three people. One of them was a physician at the hospital. Chicago Tribune/TNS via Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion: Remembering A Victim of the Mercy Hospital Shooting

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Liliana Czegledi holds a photo of her daughter, Ioana, at her home in the village of Sînandrei in western Romania. Ioana was just shy of her 10th birthday when she died of complications from measles. She could not be vaccinated because she had a compromised immune system. Joanna Kakissis for NPR hide caption

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The Story Behind The Worst Measles Outbreak In The European Union

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What If Edward Simon, Scott Colley & Brian Blade
Psyless Groove Columbian Rock
Winner All Mighty Senators

The Matthew Herbert Brexit Big Band, with the London Brexit Choir, performing at the Barbican Centre in 2017. Mark Allan/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Matthew Herbert Sets The EU To Music With His Brexit Big Band

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Ashes of a Man Tony Furtado
Iowa Tony Furtado
Call Me When I'm Breathing Again William Tyler
William Tyler Alpine Star

"I think it's important to really understand where you're coming from, understand who your peers are, who your community is," DACA recipient and future Rhodes Scholar Jin Park says. Stephanie B. Mitchell/Harvard University hide caption

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Stephanie B. Mitchell/Harvard University

Meet Jin Park, The First DACA Recipient Awarded A Rhodes Scholarship

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Gabriela, 32, a strawberry picker from Oaxaca, Mexico, who lives in Oxnard, Calif., had to wear a bandanna to cover her nose and mouth to avoid inhaling smoke from a wildfire while working in the fields. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Many California Farmworkers Forced To Stay Behind During The Wildfires

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Vignette Maeve Gilchrist & Viktor Krauss

Dr. Ruth Levesque (right) hands Shaun McDougall his newborn son Brady at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, Mass. The birth of the second twin, Bryce, was much trickier than Brady's. Good communication between the health team and parents was crucial to safely avoiding a C-section, obstetricians say. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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Twin's Difficult Birth Put A Project Designed To Reduce C-Sections To The Test

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Ghost Dub Bill Laswell
Silk Nguyen Le

The Trumped Store and Coffee House offers a vast collection of Trump-inspired merchandise, from T-shirts to teddy bears. Aaron Granillo/KNAU hide caption

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Arizona Coffee Shop Declares Itself The One-Stop Shop For All Things Trump

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New World Symphony Berlin Philharmonic/Kubelik
Goin' Home Yusef Lateef

U.S. Navy CPO Graham Jackson, with tears of grief, plays "Goin' Home," from Dvorak's 'New World' Symphony, as President Franklin D. Roosevelt's body is carried from Warm Springs, Ga., where he died. Ed Clark/Life Picture Collection/Getty hide caption

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How The 'New World' Symphony Introduced American Music To Itself

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