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Preparing For A Future That Includes Aging Parents

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New Rule Cracks Down On Bear Poaching In New York

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U.S. Military Wages Battle Against Misconduct

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Romney Keeps Hand Hidden On Running Mate Pick

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Mona Eltahawy Explains Why Women Are Hated In The Middle East

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In this undated picture, Mount Everest, the world's tallest mountain at 29,029 feet, stands behind the Khumbu Glacier, one of the longest glaciers in the world. Nepal has more than 2,300 glacial lakes, and experts say at least 20 are in danger of bursting. Subel Bhandari/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Carnival of the Animals: XIV. Finale Barry Wordsworth & London Symphony Orchestra
Carnival of the Animals: I. Introduction and Royal March of the Lion Barry Wordsworth & London Symphony Orchestra