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Announcing The 2018 Tiny Desk Contest Winner

After receiving nearly 5,000 entries this year, we have a winner! Meet the virtuosic talent who won over this year's panel of judges.

Hidden Beneath Message to Bears
Autumn Message to Bears
Memory Mouse On The Keys

Call center employees work for the Facebook Community Operations Team in Essen, Germany, on Nov. 23. The workers review Facebook content and delete it if it fails to meet the company's standards. Martin Meissner/AP hide caption

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Facebook Updates Community Standards, Expands Appeals Process

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Anthem for the Earnest Kaki King
Old Crow and the Miner's Daughter Kaki King
Occasional Magic Yppah
Neighborhoods Yppah
W. 16th St. City of the Sun
Unknown Unknown
Cyniculture Stage Kids
A World Of Difference Johannes Bornlöf
Nocturnal Waltz Johannes Bornlöf

Mohammad Javad Zarif, the foreign minister of Iran, poses for a portrait. Elias Williams for NPR hide caption

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Iran's Foreign Minister: Renegotiating Nuclear Deal Would Damage U.S. Credibility

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Police tape blocks off a Nashville, Tenn., Waffle House restaurant where at least four people died after a gunman opened fire early Sunday. Mark Humphrey/AP hide caption

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Waffle House Shooting Underscores How Gun Laws Vary From State To State

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Do Matter
The Bee
Chameleon Brendan Canning

An ethernet cable connects a router device inside a communications room at an office in London on May 15, 2017. Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Sounding The Alarm About A New Russian Cyber Threat

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Jessfield Park [Instrumental] Shanghai Restoration

Herbert Diess, Volkswagen's new CEO addresses, the media during a news conference at the company's plant in Wolfsburg, Germany, April 13. As the company turns the page from its diesel emissions cheating scandal, it says its future is electric. Fabian Bimmer/Reuters hide caption

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After Diesel Scandal, VW Turns To New Leadership And Electric Cars

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Reflect Germany Germany
Marseillaise [The French National Anthem - France] One World Ensemble
All You Need Is Love '60s Rock Heroes
Helikopter Florian Christl

Steelworkers leave a plant at the end of their shift in Bethlehem, Pa., in 1947. Employment in the industry has declined by 80 percent from its peak six decades ago, according to author Douglas Irwin. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Protection For The Steel Industry Is As Old As America

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Flags fly along the Michigan Avenue bridge near the Tribune Tower, home of the Chicago Tribune in Chicago, in 2013. Tribune journalists have given corporate owner Tronc a day to recognize the union voluntarily. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Newsroom To 'Chicago Tribune': With 85 Percent Backing, We Have Votes For Union

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