April 25, 2014 Canada and the U.S.A. agreed to create a 20-foot-wide corridor between them that runs for 5,500 continuous miles. Cartographers drew the line straight, but engineers built it crooked. Take a look.
Author Elmore Leonard poses during a portrait session on May 24, 2007 at Book Soup in Los Angeles, California.
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