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Danisch Farooqi with his daughter, Aaliya, in Hamburg, Germany, when she was around 2 years old. "I haven't seen her in five years," he says. He wonders if she has forgotten him. Courtesy of Danisch Farooqi hide caption

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'I Would Do Anything For Her': A German Dad's Search For His Daughter, Taken By ISIS

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The Ethical Question Of Running Up The Score

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Political Cartoonist On Implications Of 'NYT' Ending Cartoons

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Archivists Say Voice Discovered In Mexico's National Library May Be Frida Kahlo's

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What An NPR Correspondent Learned By Working As A Taxi Driver In Shanghai

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Congress Raises Questions On How Deep Fake Technologies Could Affect 2020 Campaign

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In China, What 's The Attitude On The Street About The U.S.?

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Jeannine sorts through a binder of writing assignments from her therapy. In keeping a journal about her past experiences with pain, she noticed that the pain symptoms began when she was around 8 — a time of escalating family trauma at home. Jessica Pons for NPR hide caption

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Can You Reshape Your Brain's Response To Pain?

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Tim, the Swedish artist Avicii's posthumous third album, is out now. Photo by Sean Eriksson hide caption

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For Avicii Collaborator, Finishing Posthumous Album 'Was Also A Grieving Process'

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Meet Hoss, The 4-Foot Tall, 130-Pound Hairball On Tour This Summer

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Desperation And Broken Trust When Schools Restrain Students Or Lock Them In Rooms

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Human Rights Lawyer Fled China But Still Feels Its Influence

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American Bar Association Says Immigration Courts Are 'On The Brink Of Collapse'

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What Counts As A Healthy 'Staple Food' Option For SNAP Benefits?

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A California two-spot octopus extends a sucker-lined arm from its den. In 2015, this was the first octopus species to have its full genetic sequence published. Courtesy of Michael LaBarbera hide caption

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Why Octopuses Might Be The Next Lab Rats

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

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Philosophy professor Abby Everett Jaques of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology created a class called Ethics of Technology to help future engineers and computer scientists understand the pitfalls of tech. Courtesy of Kim Martineau, MIT Quest for Intelligence hide caption

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Solving The Tech Industry's Ethics Problem Could Start In The Classroom

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Neda Billie says she's so excited to turn the lights on in her home on the Navajo Nation. About 10% of Navajos on the reservation live without electricity, and as much as 40% have to haul their water and use outhouses. Laurel Morales/KJZZ hide caption

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For Many Navajos, Getting Hooked Up To The Power Grid Can Be Life-Changing

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Medical Debt From In-Prison Injuries Is Chasing Inmates After Release

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Since The 1960s, Researchers Track Perry Preschool Project Participants

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