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The remains of Hadiya Pendleton are taken to her final resting place at the Cedar Park Cemetery on Saturday in Calumet Park, Ill. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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First Lady Among Mourners At Funeral For Slain Chicago Teen

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Plosky Tolbachnik volcano erupts in Russia's Far Eastern Kamchatka Peninsula on Jan. 6, 2013. It's not a so-called "super volcano," but every million years or so scientists say the Earth burps up volcanoes that can erupt for thousands of years. Alexander Petrov/AP hide caption

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Environment

Is The Earth Cooking Up Another Super Volcano?

2 min

Is The Earth Cooking Up Another Super Volcano?

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'We Need To Talk': Missed Connections With Hyperconnectivity

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Fiddler Bill Stepp in Kentucky's Magoffin County in the 1930s. Courtesy of Elsie Risner and Becky Arnett hide caption

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The Kentucky Fiddler Who Inspired Aaron Copland's 'Hoe-Down'

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Sunday Puzzle

The Answer Lies Within

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The Answer Lies Within

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Betty Friedan, co-founder of National Organization for Women (NOW), speaks during the Women's Strike for Equality event in New York on Aug. 26, 1970, the 50th anniversary of women's suffrage. AP hide caption

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Books

At 50, Does 'Feminine Mystique' Still Roar?

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At 50, Does 'Feminine Mystique' Still Roar?

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The Jordans use an iPad to talk to their daughter, Kelly, who's at school in Chicago. Marie McGrory for NPR hide caption

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Raising Personable Children, Even If They're Glued To Phones

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To mark the Lunar New Year, Bloomingdale's is catering to affluent Chinese tourists with an array of pop-up shops. Courtesy of Bloomingdale's hide caption

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Code Switch

Bloomingdale's Lays Out Welcome Mat To Chinese Shoppers

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Bloomingdale's Lays Out Welcome Mat To Chinese Shoppers

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The McDonogh 35 High School band marches in a parade to usher in the Carnival Season. Keith O'Brien for NPR hide caption

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High School Marching Bands Lay Down The Beat Of Mardi Gras

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