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The Oscar For Best Snack Goes To ... Popcorn, The 6,000-Year-Old Aztec Gold

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Mike Reed: The World That I'm In

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Baby Fiona plays in her enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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Thriving After Prematurity, Fiona The Celebrity Hippo Turns 1

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Newly released closed-circuit television footage shows a North Korean soldier sprinting south across the border last week while his fellow soldiers fire on him. Screengrab by NPR/United Nations Command hide caption

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The Colorado River wraps around Horseshoe Bend in the in Glen Canyon National Recreation Area in Page, Ariz. on Feb. 11. RHONA WISE/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Instagram Crowds May Be Ruining Nature

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A man gazes out at the water during a four-hour journey from Bali to Lombok. The public ferries are a key link for a nation spanning some 17,000 islands. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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PHOTOS: A Tranquil Ferry Between Indonesian Islands

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Nancy and Christian Schneider live in the Holly Lake Mobile Home park, where they haven't had electricity in their home since Hurricane Irma struck Florida over a week ago. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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