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A federal appeals court Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022, ordered a lower court review of Biden administration revisions to DACA, a program preventing the deportation of hundreds of thousands of immigrants brought into the United States as children. The ruling, for now, leaves the future of DACA up in the air. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Former Philippine Senator and human rights campaigner Leila de Lima, a high-profile critic of former President Rodrigo Duterte and his deadly drug war, arrives at her hearing on illegal drug charges at the Muntinlupa Trial Court in Manila on Aug. 26. Maria Salvador Tan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Jailed under Duterte, Philippine politician sends dire warnings on democracy

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This combination photo shows Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt at separate movie events in September 2019. A new court filing from Angelina Jolie alleges that on a 2016 flight, Brad Pitt grabbed her by the head and shook her then choked one of their children and struck another when they tried to defend her. AP hide caption

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LSD blotter tabs sit on top of a US quarter coin. A drug based off of psychedelic LSD appears to relieve depression and anxiety in mice, but without the hallucinogenic side effects. PAUL J. RICHARDS/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Bridgette Burton (left) Stephanie Ybarra and Rachael Erichsen all work at Baltimore Center Stage. Sydney J. Allen for NPR hide caption

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Working in theater is a grind. But it doesn't have to be

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The Blackwell School in Marfa, Texas, pictured in May 2022. Carlos Morales hide caption

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Hispanic students were once segregated at this school. Now it will be a historic site

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Following a series of phony so-called elections, Russia claims it has annexed four Ukrainian provinces, despite international condemnation. Alexander Nemenov/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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What happens if Putin decides to cut his losses in Ukraine?

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Carl Allamby recently completed all of his training and was hired as an attending physician at Cleveland Clinic's Hillcrest Hospital. He's 51. Stephen Travarca/Cleveland Clinic Hillcrest Hospital hide caption

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