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'State Of The Heart' Cardiologist Assesses Breakthroughs In Heart Health

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'Fresh Air' Commemorates The 50th Anniversary Of Apollo 11's Moon Landing

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Journalist Digs Into Years Of Corruption, Dysfunction At Border Protection Agency

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Remembering Retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens

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Satirist Randy Rainbow Uses Show Tunes And Pop Songs To Lampoon Trump

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Emily Nussbaum received the most hate mail of her career after she panned season 1 of HBO's True Detective. "Most of it was handwritten," she says. C. Clive Thompson/Penguin Random House hide caption

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We All Watch In Our Own Way: A Critic Tracks The 'TV Revolution'

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Remembering 'Larry Sanders Show' Actor Rip Torn

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Remembering Major League Pitcher Jim Bouton, Author Of 'Ball Four'

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Yiddish 'Fiddler On The Roof' Is A 'Dream Come True' For Lead Actor

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Rulings On Gerrymandering And The Census Could Define The Political Future

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Travis Rieder, author of In Pain: A Bioethicist's Personal Struggle With Opioids, says none of the doctors who prescribed opioids for his waves of "fiery" or "electrical" pain taught him how to safely taper his use of the drugs when he wanted to quit. Stockbyte/Getty Images hide caption

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Motorcycle Crash Shows Bioethicist The Dark Side Of Quitting Opioids Alone

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Willie Nelson: The 'Fresh Air' Interviews

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Thomas Haden Church play divorced parents on the HBO comedy series Divorce. Craig Blankenhorn/HBO hide caption

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Sarah Jessica Parker On 'Sex,' 'Divorce,' Marriage And #MeToo

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For Facebook Content Moderators, Traumatizing Material Is A Job Hazard

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Marchers at a candlelight vigil in San Francisco, Calif., carry a banner to call attention to the continuing battle against AIDS on May 29, 1989. The city was home to the nation's first AIDS special care unit. The unit, which opened in 1983, is the subject the documentary 5B. Jason M. Grow/AP hide caption

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1st AIDS Ward '5B' Fought To Give Patients Compassionate Care, Dignified Deaths

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