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Devastating Attack Still Leaves Afghan Journalist's Hope Alive

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Jessica and Anthony Villarreal in December 2011, more than three years after the explosion that severely burned Anthony in Afghanistan. Courtesy of Jessica Villarreal hide caption

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Marine Draws Strength From His Marriage To Recover From Burns

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The Mystery And History Of Sport's Front Office

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The 2011 film Another Earth, directed by Mike Cahill, explores very human questions against an improbable backdrop. Artists Public Domain/The Kobal Collection hide caption

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