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Sudanese refugees who have fled from the war in Sudan get off a truck loaded with families arriving at a transit center for refugees in Renk, South Sudan, on Feb. 13. Luis Tato/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Tanya Warden, 55, sits for a portrait at her workplace in Philadelphia on Tuesday, March 26 2024. Warden's son, Tyron Alexander, was shot multiple times and died in October 2020. Hannah Yoon for NPR hide caption

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Philadelphia gun violence victims find support through residents and nonprofits

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Paul Rusesabagina in 2019. Nicolas Maeterlinck/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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His story inspired 'Hotel Rwanda.' Now he's speaking out against the government

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President Biden tours a Samsung plant in Pyeongtaek, South Korea with South Korean President Yoon Suk-youl on May 20, 2022. The company is building a massive new campus in Texas. Kim Min-Hee/Pool/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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After using the Lenire device for an hour each day for 12 weeks, Victoria Banks says her tinnitus is "barely noticeable." David Petrelli/Victoria Banks hide caption

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Got tinnitus? A device that tickles the tongue helps this musician find relief

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The author's 8-year-old daughter Rosy has a 'kids' license,' showing she has her parents' permission to ride her bike around her Texas hometown. Michaeleen Doucleff hide caption

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Speaker of the House Mike Johnson, seen here on Capitol Hill on April 10, said Saturday that he will "continue to engage with the White House to insist upon a proper response" following Iran's attack on Israel. Anna Moneymaker/Getty Images hide caption

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