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Big Wings, Bigger Dreams: A Sleepover In The Space Shuttle's Shadow

Sleepovers at the National Air and Space Museum's huge annex near Washington, D.C., offer a real-life night at the Smithsonian.

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Malfatti, The Dumpling That Became A Napa Valley Legend

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Big Wings, Bigger Dreams: A Sleepover In The Space Shuttle's Shadow

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Steve Reich At 80: The Phases Of A Lifetime In Music

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Ty Turner Bond, who said he's voting for Donald Trump. He says Trump's economic proposals appeal to him. Natalie Winston/NPR hide caption

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Among Black Voters In Charlotte, The Election Presents A Difficult Decision

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Can Pro-Trump Poll Watchers Disrupt Voting In Pennsylvania?

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