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Chilly Winds Don't Blow Nina Simone
Last Days of a Tragic Allegory Saxon Shore
Oh Darlin The Heavy Circles
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Five-year-old TyLon Pittman thought the Grinch was going to steal Christmas, so he called the police in Byram, Miss. Officer Lauren Develle wanted to assure TyLon that the police department had it under control, so she set up an arrest of the mean, green monster. Courtesy of Kim Smith hide caption

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How A 5-Year-Old Made Sure The Grinch Didn't Steal Christmas This Year

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Talking Behind Your Back Lee Ann Womack
Oh Christmas Tree Various

Heidi Hartmann, the president of the Institute for Women's Policy Research, says women in retail lost hundreds of thousands of jobs over the last year, and men gained more than 100,000 jobs. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Analysis Shows Women Lost Jobs In Retail Last Year, Though Men Gained

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Miosotis Castro, her husband Francisco Alvarado and their three children lost their home when Hurricane Maria tore through Puerto Rico in September. Eventually they made their way to Providence, Rhode Island, where they've been living with relatives for the last month. John Bender hide caption

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For Puerto Ricans Displaced By Maria, A First Christmas Away From Home

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Felicitation La Calandria
Navidad Sin Nadie Cheito Gonzales

The East Khasi Hills, of Meghalaya, is one of the seven small states of India's remote northeast region, and home to the "Cleanest Village in India." The mountain road climbs to Mawlynnong, at an altitude of 5,000 feet, giving way to Bangladesh farther south. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Welcome To 'The Cleanest Village In India'

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Guru Bramha Jai Uttal & the Pagan Love Orchestra
The Drowned World Johann Johannssen
Variations on the Kanon by Pachelbel George Winston
Blithe Square Peg Round Hole
Double Decker (Deck the Halls) Christian McBride

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