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Michelle Yeoh (center) plays Evelyn Wang, a Chinese immigrant who owns a failing laundromat. She protects her daughter Joy (left), played by Stephanie Hsu, and her husband Waymond (right), played by Ke Huy Quan. A24 hide caption

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Michelle Yeoh has a new leading role and a new motto: No more turning the other cheek

Michelle Yeoh has been a star for decades, but she finally gets her turn at a lead role in Hollywood, playing failing laundromat owner Evelyn Wang in Everything Everywhere All At Once.

Michelle Yeoh has a new leading role and a new motto: No more turning the other cheek

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Olena Kopchak, her husband, Albert Kodua, and their eight-year-old daughter, Yana, are staying in a small 250-square-foot apartment in Warsaw, Poland. They hope to make it to the United States. Franco Ordoñez /NPR hide caption

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Even with ties to the U.S., Ukrainian families are struggling to reach America

Olena Kopchak, her husband and their 8-year-old daughter, Yana, are among the growing number of Ukrainians who are trying to make it to the United States — and confronting obstacles.

Michael Allen is frustrated by the announcement that the grocery store near his North Collinwood apartment will close at the end of the month, leaving him and his neighbors without many options to shop for groceries. Lisa Ryan/Ideastream Public Media hide caption

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As a grocery store on Cleveland's East Side closes, residents worry about life in a new food desert

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There aren't any stores within a quarter-mile of the soon-to-close Dave's, a distance considered walkable by many researchers, that sell fresh food, an Ideastream analysis of U.S. Department of Agriculture data shows.

In reflecting on the recent gun violence against unhoused people on the street, Donté Turner says, "this is not a surprise to us." He has been living on the street in D.C. for three years. As a writer with Street Sense Media, he has reported on the realities of experiencing homelessness. Tyrone Turner/WAMU hide caption

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Unhoused people share their perspectives on the recent shootings in D.C. and NYC

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Last month, when a man began a series of five shootings over nine days, targeting unhoused people in both D.C. and New York, the broader public responded with shock or anger. Members of the District's unhoused community felt neither.

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An Indigenous youth delegate met with the pope. Here's what she wants him to do next

Pope Francis made a historic apology over members of the Catholic Church who ran residential schools in Canada, where First Nations children were abused. For Taylor Behn-Tsakoza, it's only one step.

An Indigenous youth delegate met with the pope. Here's what she wants him to do next

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How to have real fun — even when life's got you down

Do you have enough fun in life? Catherine Price, author of The Power of Fun, explains the three components of true fun and how to tap into this powerful, everyday source of joy.

How to have real fun — even when life's got you down

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