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The animated film, "Inside Out," is based on his own daughter’s shift into adolescence. He talks about being hired as the third animator at Pixar when it was a new company and what inspired his films like "Monsters, Inc." and "Up."
Today at 2:00pm
February 11th marks the thirty-seventh anniversary of the 1979 Islamic Revolution in Iran. The majority of Iranians weren't even born when the revolution happened. How Iranians mark this historic day.
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NPR's special anchored coverage of the PBS NewsHour Democratic Debate from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Moderated by PBS NewsHour’s Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff, it's the first Democratic debate since the New Hampshire Primary.
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