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Shifting Gears: Commuting Aboard The L.A. Bike Trains

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Hill After Hill, Hundreds Crank Away In Pittsburgh Bike Race

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Last month, military investigators began a process to charge Army Sgt. 1st Class Michael Barbera in the 2007 fatal shooting of two deaf, unarmed Iraqi youths. Mario Tama/AP hide caption

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A Soldier Accused, But Few Answers In Death Of Iraqi Teens

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Child Miners, Dinosaurs, And The Rulings Of 'Judge' John Hodgman

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Palestinian refugee Lawahez Burghal stuffs tripe with rice and garbanzo beans for her family in their home in the Amari refugee camp in the West Bank. Many refugees still depend on the United Nations for food, health care and education. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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Palestinian Refugees On Losing Side Of UN Budget Crunch

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Arinafe Makwiti, 13, says her parents forced her to drop out of school and get married to an older man last year to help with the family finances. Makwiti has divorced her husband, but now has a 9-month-old daughter. Jennifer Ludden/NPR hide caption

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Five Things You May Not Know About Child Marriage

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Saving The Native Prairie — One Black-Footed Ferret At A Time

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