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Empty Shelves? Under a new program in Baltimore, patrons can buy groceries online, and pick them up at one of two libraries in the city. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Check It Out: Get Your Groceries At The Library

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Lies Hebbadj and his wife, who was cited for driving her car while dressed in a full face-covering Islamic veil, talk to reporters on Friday. The government later alleged that Hebbadj is a polygamist with four wives. Alain Jocard/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Traffic Stop Fuels French Debate Over The Burqa

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Some evidence from wild chimpanzee communities in Guinea suggests that when young chimps die, mothers continue to carry and groom them for some time. These two chimps live in captivity. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Chimps May Mourn Lost Ones, Study Suggests

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Dover Air Force Base's first Boeing C-17 cargo plane, made in Long Beach, Calif., arrived at the base in 2007. Today, the production of the C-17 is in peril, but Boeing is fighting to keep it alive. U.S. Air Force/AP hide caption

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Workers Fear End Of Boeing's C-17 Cargo Plane

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Russia has a history of acceptance when it comes to its leaders, a legacy of the Soviet and czarist eras. In this photo from December 2007, members of a pro-Kremlin youth group hold a rally near Red Square in central Moscow to celebrate the victory by President Vladimir Putin's United Russia party in parliamentary elections. Maxim Marmur/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Russia, Trust In Government A Scarce Commodity

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Earthology is a world-music pastiche that took Whitefield Brothers 15 years to assemble. courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Whitefield Brothers: A Dance Travelogue

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