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An artist's re-creation of the first human migration to North America from across the Bering Sea. DEA Picture Library/De Agostini/Getty Images hide caption

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What Drove Early Man Across Globe? Climate Change

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The Michigan Gala apples on this packing line will soon be in short supply. After a mild fall and winter, then a late-April freeze, Michigan's apple cultivation has dropped 90 percent. Noah Adams/NPR hide caption

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Shriveled Mich. Apple Harvest Means Fewer Jobs, Tough Year Ahead

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Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei delivers a speech in Tehran in July. Khamenei says Western-led sanctions will not force Iran to change its policies, but there are signs of other concerned voices in Iran. AP hide caption

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As Sanctions Take A Toll, Debate In Iran Heats Up

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Medicaid Helps Washington, D.C., Clinic Care For Ex-Prisoners

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Here's a snapshot from the field as Harrington composed his image of Burnside Bridge — which involved schlepping the huge, fragile camera down a steep incline to get the right perspective. Claire O'Neill (@clairevoyant)/Instagram hide caption

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Same Camera, Different Century: Capturing Civil War Sites, 150 Years Later

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A member of the Libyan security forces secures the area around the U.S. Consulate compound in Benghazi on Sept. 14. Benghazi, and other parts of eastern Libya, are suffering from an acute lack of security, making it vulnerable to militant violence. Gianluigi Guercia/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Violence Takes Root In Post-Gadhafi Security Vacuum

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A reflection of the Marina Bay Esplanade in Singapore. The nation is increasingly seen as a corporate logistics hub and gateway to the region's emerging markets. Vorrarit Anantsorrrarak/Barcroft Media/Landov hide caption

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Singapore's Rising Tech Industry Draws Expat Innovators And Investors

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Franklyn Dunbar, 17, practices krumping with his crew at his mother's house in Paynesville, a suburb of Monrovia, Liberia. Dunbar was born in New York, but moved to his home country of Liberia seven years ago. Tamasin Ford/NPR hide caption

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For Liberian Youth, A Creative Outlet In Krumping

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