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Today, veggie burgers are engineered to be more like meat than could have been conceived in the basement health-food stores of the 1980s or the sanitariums of a century prior. Deb Lindsey/The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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A severe shortage of housing on Wind River Reservation in central Wyoming causes tribal members to look for rental properties outside their community in the town of Lander. Native Americans can face housing discrimination in their search but many are reluctant to file complaints. J. Stephen Conn/Flickr hide caption

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Native Americans Struggle To Find Housing While Facing Discrimination

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Kellogg, maker of Pop-Tarts, announced Feb. 14 that it will buy palm oil — an ingredient in Pop-Tarts — only from companies that don't destroy rain forests where palm trees are grown. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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