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Pathways Dave Holland
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Ken Darnell milks snakes in his Gordon, Ala., lab. The amount of venom he retrieves varies by snake, starting with just a few drops. Kathy Lohr/NPR hide caption

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Adventures Of A Snake Milker: This Herd Has Fangs

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¿Es Posible Fuego? Dianogah
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In this Nov. 30, 2004, file photo, Pope John Paul II gives his blessing to Marcial Maciel Degollado of Mexico, founder of the Legion of Christ. Allegations have surfaced that the late pope — or at least members of his inner circle — obstructed an investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct against Maciel. Plinio Lepri/AP hide caption

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John Paul II Gets A Second Look In Abuse Scandal

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With a former Soviet Union flag in the background, a Kyrgyz woman, with her son, mourns victims of this week's violent protests. She was among the thousands of grieving and defiant citizens of Kyrgyzstan who gathered in the main square of Bishkek, the Kyrgyz capital, April 9, 2010, after two days of clashes forced President Kurmanbek Bakiyev to flee. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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Violence Ebbs But Kyrgyz Political Limbo Persists

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Risk Guitar Tulsa Drone
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Squash Blossom Stanton Moore
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Close Up and Personal Lambchop
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Tu Fin, Mi Comienzo Ocote Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada

John Paul Stevens, Associate Justice, Supreme Court of the United States, speaks to judges and lawyers at the American Bar Association's national convention in Dallas in 1979. AP hide caption

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For Decades, Stevens Molded High Court Rulings

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Smugglerõs Cove Tuatara
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Invasion reverb galaxy
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The Federal Reserve foreclosed on the Crosslands Mall in Oklahoma City after the owners stopped paying their loan. UrbanReviewSTL/Flickr hide caption

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Why The Fed Owns A Mall In Oklahoma City

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The Three Question Marks Marco Benevento
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Stoner Hill Brian Blade
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Documents Reveal Extensive Violations At Mine

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Release Helen Jane Long
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Wedding Song Anais Mitchell
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Mr. Clean The Roy Hargrove Quintet

In Iran, Hypernova faced lashings for playing rock. In Brooklyn, it's practically a crime not to. Shereen Meraji/NPR hide caption

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Hypernova: An Iranian Rock Band In Brooklyn

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With You Hypernova
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Lively Up Yourself Charlie Hunter Quartet
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