Skiers Jessie Diggins (from left), Kikkan Randall and Sadie Bjornsen finish practice. During the summer, they ski on Eagle Glacier to prepare for competition. It's one of the few places where skiers can train on snow during the summer. Annie Feidt/Alaska Public Radio Network hide caption

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Glacier Helps U.S. Ski Team Drift Ahead Of Competition

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Cyclists honor Moscow's history while escaping the traffic during the annual Velonoch, or "Bike Night." Mikhail Metzel/AP hide caption

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Cyclists Take Nighttime Ride Through Moscow's History

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Acetaminophen has been added to the list of over-the-counter painkillers that can cause rare but deadly skin reactions. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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The label for the berry blend recalled in June because of pomegranates linked to a hepatitis A outbreak. Food and Drug Administration hide caption

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What Poisoned Pomegranates Tell Us About Food Safety

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The new Moto X launched Thursday in New York City. Bryan Bedder/Getty Images hide caption

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Google Ups Its Game Against Apple With New Smartphone

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A homeless man collects cans on Waikiki Beach in 2010 in Honolulu. Under a new pilot program, some homeless people will get help from the state to reunite with relatives on the mainland. Marco Garcia/AP hide caption

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Hawaii Homeless Initiative Would Send Some Back To Mainland

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Michael Blue (left) and Brendan Kennedy, cofounders of Privateer Holdings, which has just raised $7 million from investors. Keith Brofsky/Courtesy of Colehour + Cohen hide caption

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Private Equity Fund Eyes The Business Of Pot

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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's plans for reviving Japan's ailing economy are yielding mixed results so far. Koji Sasahara/AP hide caption

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'Abenomics' Serving Up The Same Old Medicine In Japan?

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Former Goldman Sachs trader Fabrice Tourre walks to a federal court in Manhattan with his attorneys Thursday. A jury found Tourre liable in a massive securities fraud case. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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Worshippers at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek. The Aug. 5, 2012, shooting tragedy has brought some Sikhs closer to their faith. Erin Toner/WUWM hide caption

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Sikhs Remember Tragedy By Embracing Faith

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