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Ongoing beach nourishment, like this project in Viriginia Beach, has been the topic of debate. Some people say it's needed to protect beach communities; others decry the costs. Pam Spaugy/U.S. Army hide caption

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Debate Over Rebuilding Beaches Post-Sandy Creates Waves

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North Carolina-born Chris Hughes attended Harvard University, where he shared a room with his Facebook co-founder, Mark Zuckerberg. He bought a majority stake in the venerable magazine The New Republic in 2012, and is the magazine's publisher and editor-in-chief. Jason Gardner/The New Republic hide caption

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Facebook Co-Founder Chris Hughes Redesigns 'The New Republic'

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PepsiCo's product line ranges from salty chips and its sugary namesake drink to more healthful fare like hummus and yogurt. In 2010, the company announced plans to cut sugar, fat and sodium in its products to address health and nutrition concerns. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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The Salt

How One Man Tried To Slim Down Big Soda From The Inside

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Malians gather around the remains of vehicles used by Islamist rebels that were destroyed by an earlier French airstrike, Jan. 23 in Diabaly, about 250 miles north of Bamako, Mali's capital. Eric Feferberg /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Backed By French Might, Malian Troops Retake Key Town

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