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Food

The Milkman's Comeback Means Dairy At The Door And More

The milkman has been out of style for decades, but all over the country, trucks have started delivering fresh milk, organic vegetables and even humanely raised chickens to your door.

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From Former Slaves To Writers, Civilians, Too, Rest At Arlington

Arlington National Cemetery turns 150 years old on Sunday. It's known as the resting place of war heroes, but extraordinary civilians are buried there as well — here are the stories of three of them.

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Iraq

Militants' Advance In Iraq Agitates Oil Markets

Oil prices have spiked since Sunni militants seized Baiji, home of Iraq's biggest refinery. The nation's production capability is under threat, but there's a broader geopolitical story unfolding.

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From Former Slaves To Writers, Civilians, Too, Rest At Arlington

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Militants' Advance In Iraq Agitates Oil Markets

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The Joy Of Leaving An Arranged Marriage — And The Cost

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Dr. James Logan, an entomologist, studies mosquitoes from around the world in an effort to make them less dangerous. The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine keeps them in a cavern beneath the streets of London. The bowls contain mosquito larvae in water, while the boxes are where the adults live. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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In London, An Underground Home For The World's Mosquitoes

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The Milkman's Comeback Means Dairy At The Door And More

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