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Roads End bar on Broad Street in Hazleton, Pa., displays a sign in 2007 that reads "ALL Legals Served." Longtime residents of the city are divided over the recent influx of Spanish-speaking immigrants. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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In Hazleton, A Mixed Welcome For City's Immigrants

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Workers prepare an H7N9 virus detection kit at the Center for Disease Control in Beijing on April 3. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Scientists Race To Stay Ahead Of New Bird Flu Virus

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Saxophonist Harold Rapp plays during lunchtime at Alice Terry Elementary School in Sheridan, Colo. Jenny Brundin for NPR hide caption

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Jazz In The Cafeteria: Kids Learn To Listen While They Chomp

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On shows like NBC's Community, cultural references come quickly. (Pictured: Gillian Jacobs and Joel McHale.) Lewis Jacobs/NBC hide caption

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In A Fragmented Cultureverse, Can Pop References Still Pop?

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs' new album is titled Mosquito. Dan Martensen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Yeah Yeah Yeahs On Love Songs, New York And Transforming On Stage

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A Syrian rebel patrols the area in the Sheikh Maqsud district of the northern city of Aleppo, on Thursday. Dimitar Dilkoff /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Syria Conflict Brings Middle East Leaders To White House

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Harmony Holiday is a poet who lives in New York. Courtesy Harmony Holiday hide caption

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Harmony Holiday On Finding Poetry In Her Biracial Roots

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