Members of Black Women Bike: DC consult a map while on the road at an event in June 2011. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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How A Minority Biking Group Raises The Profile Of Cycling
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Members of the Prescott fire department embrace Monday as they arrive to listen in at a news conference in Prescott, Ariz. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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Punjabi Lamb Kebabs, like many tandoor dishes, can also be made on gas or charcoal grills. Christopher Hirsheimer hide caption

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Taking High-Heat Tandoor Techniques To The Backyard Grill
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Leak Case Highlights Troubles With Security Clearance Checks
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Texas was decidedly red on the electoral map in NBC News' "Election Plaza" in New York's Rockefeller Center in 2008. Do Democrats really have a chance to turn it blue in the future? Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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Will Texas Become A Presidential Battleground?
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Camp Sloane director Andrew Keener, staff and campers gather for an end of the year campfire last year. Courtesy of Camp Sloane hide caption

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Kids Unplugged: Summer Camps Ban Electronics
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Jordanian protesters chant slogans against corruption during a March 15 anti-government demonstration in Amman. Jordanians have held Arab Spring-inspired protests since 2011, demanding political reforms and anti-corruption measures. The protests have been peaceful. Khalil Mazraawi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In A Rough Neighborhood, Jordan Clings To Its Stability
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Ernst von Freyberg, president of the Vatican Bank Institute for Works of Religion, or IOR, talks with The Associated Press during an interview June 10 at his office in Vatican City. He was named the bank's interim director on Monday after the director and the deputy director both resigned. Domenico Stinellis/AP hide caption

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C.J. Moore stands where her front door used to be, before the Waldo Canyon Fire swept through the Mountain Shadows neighborhood in Colorado Springs, Colo. The fire destroyed more than 350 homes there. Kirk Siegler for NPR hide caption

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In Colorado Wildfires' Wake, Survivors Live In Limbo
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