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Educators at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force teach students about spaceflight. The museum is one of many vying to display a space shuttle. Dan Patterson/National Museum of the U.S. Air Force hide caption

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Air Force Museum Makes Its Case To Land A Shuttle

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A still from Kick-In, a 1922 melodrama about a thief trying to go straight despite police harassment. Kick-In is one of 10 silent films digitally restored and returned by Russia's Gosfilmofond archive. Library of Congress hide caption

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American Silent Films Repatriated, Thanks To Russia

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Monroe Beachy's assets are said to be a horse, buggy and some harnesses. Steffen Thalemann/Getty Images hide caption

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The Amish Bernie Madoff

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Pickpocketing, once common in major American cities, is not even tracked by law enforcement officials today, according to Slate's Joe Keohane. ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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Pickpocketing: An Art That's Stealing Away

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Sunrise Projector (Nautilis Remix) Tycho

Ivan and Alyosha takes its name from characters in the Fyodor Dostoevsky novel, The Brothers Karamazov. José Mandojana/Courtesy of the Artist hide caption

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I Was Born To Love Her Ivan & Alyosha
From Home (Mux Mool Remix) Tycho
The Tallest Man, The Broadest Shoulders: Pt. 1: The Great Frontier/Pt. ... Sufjan Stevens
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