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Don't Do What I Do: How Getting Out Of Sync Can Help Relationships

When someone's angry we tend to get angry in return. But responding in an unexpected way is a valid tool in psychotherapy, and it can help make everyday relationships work better, too.
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Week In Politics: Terror Attack In France, Trump Chooses Pence

NPR's Ari Shapiro speaks with our regular political commentators, E.J. Dionne of the Washington Post and Brookings Institution and David Brooks of The New York Times, about the terror attack in Nice, France, and Donald Trump's new running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.
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Forgetting Isn't Healing: Lessons From Elie Wiesel

Calls for racial healing often focus on putting the painful past behind us. NPR's Sonari Glinton remembers the man who taught him never to forget: Holocaust survivor and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel.
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Baton Rouge Protester On Arrest: 'I Didn't Know If I Was Going To Survive'

Akeem Muhammad was one of 120 people arrested in Baton Rouge, La., in largely peaceful protests over the weekend. The 24-year-old student talks about his arrest and reflects on the protests.
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Police Shootings Of Black Men Aren't Special. And That's What's So Sad

After a week of violence and death, Youth Radio's Soraya Shockley ponders how to move forward despite the sadness and anger.
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'Hamilton' Reminds Us Of Our Country's Promise

Lin-Manuel Miranda made his final performance in the hit musical Saturday. Michel Martin reflects on what Alexander Hamilton's story can teach us after a troubling week of news.
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Week In Politics: Deadly Sniper Attack On Dallas Police

NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with political commentators, Jonathan Capehart of the Washington Post and David Brooks of The New York Times. They discuss the deadly shooting of Dallas police officers and the FBI's recommendation not to indict Hillary Clinton in the email case.
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A Longing For Lentils, Or How I Learned To Find Home Where The Daal Is

Daal, yellow, red, brown, or black, is a staple across India. It is often described, inadequately, as lentil soup. Except it's so much more. For a lifelong expat, it's an anchor in an shifting world.
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Statues Of Sports Stars Help Us Remember Them As Larger Than Life

More than statues of generals or politicians, those of athletes are remembrances of good things past, says Frank Deford.
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When I Was Diagnosed With Bipolar Disorder, People Thought I Was Cursed

She's become an activist and here's her message: Talk to us, text us, give us data. Don't just build another mental institution.

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