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Want To Own A Ferryboat? A Former Washington State Ferry Is For Sale Again

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Do you want to own an old ferryboat? A retired Washington car ferry is for sale again after the current owner's many ideas for the boat did not work out.

Sunday Puzzle: Tepees

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Listener Molly Shuya plays the puzzle with puzzlemaster Will Shortz and NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro.

Juice WRLD Cause Of Death Was Accidental Overdose

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The rapper's unexpected death at Midway International Airport was caused by an overdose of opioids, according to the medical examiner.

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Kansas City Chiefs To Play San Francisco 49ers In Super Bowl LIV

The Chiefs beat the Tennessee Titans 35-24 in the AFC Championship on Sunday. The 49ers followed with an NFC victory over the Green Bay Packers, 37-20. The Chiefs and 49ers will meet in Miami Feb. 2.

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Buck Henry, Screenwriter And Actor Famous For 'The Graduate' And TV Comedy, Dies At 89

Henry made regular appearances on Saturday Night Live, co-directed the film Heaven Can Wait, and co-created the comedy show Get Smart. He died Wednesday in Los Angeles following a heart attack.

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Controversial Shock Jock Don Imus Has Died At 79

The broadcaster, who typically wore a cowboy hat, was a pioneer of the radio genre that prized irreverence and caustic wit, and pushed back against political correctness.

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People Can't Even Agree On When The Decade Ends

In these binary times, it might not surprise anyone that people can't even agree on when one period of time ends and another begins.

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OPB's Best Photos Of 2019

These are OPB's best images of 2019, as chosen by the photojournalists who captured them.

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Scrunchie Cat And Friends: Global Social Media Moments We Loved In 2019

They're sweet. And funny! And weird! Here's a sampling of viral videos, tweets and TikToks from around the world.

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Comedian Margaret Cho: 'I Invented The Cancellation'

Loud and unapologetic, and a trailblazer on race and sexuality, the stand-up comic discussed "cancel culture," Asian American comedy and her short-lived sitcom All-American Girl.

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The 20 Top Stories On NPR In 2019

Surprise, anger, parenting and Lizzo: That's one way to sum up the list of the most engaging stories in 2019. Other big topics included consumerism and climate change – and officials behaving badly.

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Scrunchies Are Cool Again. Hair's How They Staged A Comeback

A 2003 Sex And The City episode ridiculed the bulky hair tie as profoundly unfashionable. But now scrunchies are back, baby! How does a trend go from being so passé — to stylish again?

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Facing Backlash, Hallmark Channel Says It Will 'Reinstate' Ad Of Lesbian Brides

The ad for the wedding planning site Zola shows two women kissing after saying "I do." Hallmark had been pressured to drop the spot by a group that said the ad promoted homosexuality.