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Ansel Adams Or Not? The Answer's Worth Millions
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Once Again, Immigration Is A Hot Campaign Issue
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Oil burns at the Ixtoc 1 offshore drilling rig in December 1979. The rig dumped 140 million gallons of crude oil into the Gulf of Mexico and covered about 170 miles of the South Texas coast, including Galveston. John Hoagland/Liaison/Getty Images hide caption

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Island's Recovery May Set Example For Gulf Residents
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A group of teenagers take a morning jog at the Wellspring Academy in Reedley, Calif., in 2009. The school specializes in helping teens and college students lose weight. A new study shows teens who remain obese risk a lifetime of chronic health problems and poverty. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Impact Of Childhood Obesity Goes Beyond Health
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College Students Hide Hunger, Homelessness
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A flint-knapper makes sharp stone flakes by striking a flint "core" with a hammerstone. Human Origins Initiative hide caption

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A Handy Bunch: Tools, Thumbs Helped Us Thrive
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To be extra-virgin, olive oil can't be doctored with lesser oils. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Your Olive Oil May Not Be The Virgin It Claims
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White House Dragged Back Into Racial Fray
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NPR's 'Voice Of Experience,' Daniel Schorr, Dies
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The rafting industry is a key economic driver in many rural towns in Colorado. Ed Andrieski, File/AP hide caption

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Rafters Push For 'Right To Float' In Colorado
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When Jennifer Jones Austin was unable to find a bone marrow donor match, her family appealed to the public in ads shown in churches and on the Internet. Courtesy of The ICLA Da Silva Foundation hide caption

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Blacks Face Bone Marrow Donor Shortage
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Alex Williamson, 8, is one of 17 million children who live in U.S. households where getting enough food is a challenge. Sometimes it's hard for the poor to eat healthy because it costs more. Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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Eating Nutritiously A Struggle When Money Is Scarce
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Drinking Raw Milk Is Worth The Risk, Advocates Say
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Brian and Kendra Cosom want to make their marriage last. Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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One Black Couple Who's Beaten The Odds, So Far
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Numbers Stations: Mystery Over The Airwaves
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