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Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love speaks at the Republican state convention April 21 in Sandy, Utah. Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP hide caption

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In Utah, GOP House Candidate Out To Make History

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Sudanese soldiers walk in the oil town of Heglig on April 24. South Sudanese forces occupied Heglig last month. The international community called on the South to pull out, which it says it did. Ebrahim Hamid/AFp/Getty Images hide caption

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Diplomats Up Efforts To Avert War Between Sudans

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Daniel Chong appears at a news conference on Tuesday in San Diego. K. C. Alfred/UT San Diego hide caption

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Student Forgotten In Holding Cell: 'Changes Have To Be Made'

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Detail of cover art from the 1974 album Marvin Gaye Live! Album cover hide caption

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'What's Going On': A New Generation Answers

'What's Going On': A New Generation Answers

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Researchers studying Greenland's ice say it is melting more slowlyl than previously thought. Here, ice travels down a relatively small outlet glacier into the sea. Ian Joughin/Science/AAAS hide caption

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Greenland's Ice Melting More Slowly Than Expected

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This year, U.S. corn farmers have planted more acres of the crop than at any time since the Great Depression. Scott Olson/Getty Images hide caption

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Corn Farmers Hope, Cautiously, For A Bumper Crop

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Tami Franklin tries a variety of hot sauces on her barbecue ribs at Rocklands Barbeque and Grilling Company in Arlington, Va. John Rose/NPR hide caption

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How To Tiptoe Into The Hot Sauce Craze

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