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Couples stand on the Pont des Arts, Paris' iconic footbridge over the Seine river, where thousands upon thousands of padlocks bearing love messages are attached to the railing, on Aug. 30, 2013. Patrick Kovarik/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Parallels

In The City Of Love, There's No Love Lost For Tourists' Love Locks

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Tiffany Contreras gives a presentation in a nutrition class at Tulsa Community College. She's pursuing a degree in nursing as part of the Career Advance program. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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War On Poverty, 50 Years Later

Struggling To Get Out Of Poverty: The 'Two Generation' Approach

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Botulism bacteria, or Clostridium botulinum, grow in poorly preserved canned foods, especially meat and fish. The microbe's toxin could be lethal as a bioweapon. Dr. Phil Luton/Science Photo Library/Corbis hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Who's Protecting Whom From Deadly Toxin?

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A minke whale photographed in Antarctica last year. The minke, smallest of the baleen whales, turned out to be the mysterious "bio-duck." Tony Beck/Barcroft Media/Barcroft Media/Landov hide caption

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The Two-Way

Scientists Pinpoint Source Of Antarctic 'Quack'

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An airborne Apache attack helicopter takes off above a Black Hawk helicopter from the South Carolina Army National Guard base in Eastover, S.C., in 2007. The Army is planning to move all the National Guard's Apache helicopters to the regular Army, a move opposed by many in the Guard. Mary Ann Chastain/AP hide caption

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National Security

Army Vs. National Guard: Who Gets Those Apache Helicopters?

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