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Trucks churn up coal dust at the Tavan Tolgoi coal mine in the South Gobi desert. The Tavan Tolgoi deposit is estimated to possess 6.5 billion tons of coal, including high-grade coking coal — a product vital to the steel-making process. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Mongolia's Long Road To Mining Wealth

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A Window Into How We Are Invisibly Connected To One Another

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Gray was diagnosed with sickle cell disease when she was an infant. She was considering a bone marrow transplant when she heard about the CRISPR study and jumped at the chance to volunteer. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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In A 1st, Doctors In U.S. Use CRISPR Tool To Treat Patient With Genetic Disorder

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Herders bury animal carcasses in 2010 in Mongolia's Dundgovi province. A decade ago, an extreme winter — known in Mongolia as a dzud — claimed the lives of 22% of the nation's livestock and sped up migration from rural areas to urban centers. Jargal Byambasuren/Reuters hide caption

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The Deadly Winters That Have Transformed Life For Herders In Mongolia

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The Future Of Baseball May Be Happening Already As Independent League Tests New Rules

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Located between Capitol Reef and Bryce Canyon and Zion national parks, the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument has become a big tourist draw since its designation in 1996. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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When Everybody Wants A Piece Of 'God's Country'

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How Influencing As A Career Has Impacted Today's Economy

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Director Aviva Kempner Documents The Baseball Catcher Who Fought Nazis

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'This Land Is Our Land' Argues For Migration

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Boman Kohinoor, 97, has spent the past eight decades committed to his beloved Britannia & Co., one of Mumbai's last Parsi cafes. Here, he proudly holds up a photo of himself with two members of the British royal family: the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, Prince William and the former Kate Middleton. Rebecca Rosman for NPR hide caption

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Parsi Cafes, A Centuries-Old Tradition In India, Are Vanishing

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Taron Egerton stars as Elton John in Rocketman. David Appleby/Paramount Pictures hide caption

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The 'Nuanced, Complex Journey' Of Becoming Elton John

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'Qualified' Documents Indy 500 Trailblazer Janet Guthrie's Roadblocks In Male-Dominated Sport

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Book: 'A Good American Family: The Red Scare and My Father'

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Mounira Madison is the program director of Makespace, a Muslim community center in Virginia. She converted to Islam in 2016 and helps other converts with their transitions. Madina Mojadidi /Photo Courtesy of Mounira Madison hide caption

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I'm Converting: My First Ramadan

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