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Ian Jack's "Five Boys: The Story of a Picture" goes in search of the true story behind this 1937 photo of Peter Wagner, Thomas Dyson, George Salmon, Jack Catlin and George Young. Jimmy Sime/Getty Images hide caption

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Tina Brown's Must-Reads

Tina Brown's Must-Reads: Looking Past Appearances

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Carl Main of Caddo Gap, Ark., removes flood debris from a pile near Langley, Ark., Sunday. Search and recovery efforts continue after flooding swept through a nearby campground early Friday, killing at least 19 people. Authorities believe just one, 8-year-old Jadyn Basinger, remains missing. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Crews Search For Girl Missing In Arkansas Flood

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A marijuana plant grows legally under lights at the Boulder County Caregivers in Boulder, Colo. Since the medical marijuana law passed, it's been harder for the dealers underground to sell even though their pot is cheaper. Ed Andrieski/AP hide caption

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The New Marijuana

Marijuana's Black Market: Will It Stay Or Will It Go?CPR

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An oil platform waits to be towed into the Gulf of Mexico at Port Fourchon in Louisiana on May 4. Some say idling the industry for 6 months could be a bigger economic blow than the oil spill itself. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With Drilling Stopped, La. Workers Fear Job Losses

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Richard Lee has created a multimillion-dollar empire in Oakland, Calif., built largely on medicinal pot. And now, he wants to take it a step further, by turning marijuana into a totally legal, taxable commodity for any Californian age 21 or older. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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The New Marijuana

The Man Bankrolling California's Pot Initiative

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Friends and family members of Turkish activists who were deported by Israel two days after a deadly naval raid by Israeli forces in the Mediterranean Sea, wait at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul, Turkey. Ibrahim Usta/AP hide caption

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Once Close Allies, Israel, Turkey Clash On Raid

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