Terry Gross Terry Gross is the host and executive producer of NPR's Fresh Air.
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Journalist Chronicles The 'Power Struggle' Within The NRA

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'Dementia Reimagined' Asks: Can There Be Happiness For Those With Memory Loss?

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Filmmaker John Waters, 73, has plenty of advice for his fellow elders: "Whenever any magazine says, 'What photographer do you want to shoot you?' I always just say, 'The one that has the biggest retouch budget!' " Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images hide caption

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'Filth Elder' John Waters Says There Are Still 'Plenty Of Rules' Left To Break

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Novelist Stephen McCauley Embraces Life On A 'Small, Everyday Scale'

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'Fresh Air' Remembers Hollywood Legend Doris Day

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Howard Stern On 'Fresh Air': Part 2

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Howard Stern Tells Terry Gross His 'Pure Id' Days Are Behind Him

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In the second season of Fleabag, the title character tries to give up sex — and then meets a priest she desires. "She had to change in some way, between the two seasons," Phoebe Waller-Bridge says. Steve Schofield/Courtesy of Amazon Prime hide caption

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'Fleabag' And 'Killing Eve' Creator Phoebe Waller-Bridge Is Full Of Surprises

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'Fresh Air' Celebrates 'Veep,' A Comedy Series Skewering Presidential Politics

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The Statue of Liberty, which stands on Ellis Island in New York Harbor, was the America's busiest immigrant inspection station from 1892 until 1954. Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images hide caption

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Eugenics, Anti-Immigration Laws Of The Past Still Resonate Today, Journalist Says

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A new book explores the psychological harms of domestic violence. Nanette Hoogslag/Getty Images/Ikon Images hide caption

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'No Visible Bruises' Upends Stereotypes Of Abuse, Sheds Light On Domestic Violence

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'Fresh Air' Remembers 'Boyz N The Hood' Director John Singleton

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Remembering Jo Sullivan Loesser, Wife Of 'Guys And Dolls' Creator Frank Loesser

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Journalist Explains John Bolton's Push For 'Aggressive Use' Of American Power

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Psychiatry's shift toward seeing mental health problems as an illness to be treated with a pill hasn't always served patients well, says Harvard historian and author Anne Harrington. James Wardell/Radius Images/Getty Images hide caption

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How Drug Companies Helped Shape A Shifting, Biological View Of Mental Illness

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