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Raisin farmer Marvin Horne stands in a field of grapevines planted next to his home. Gary Kazanjian/AP hide caption

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The Raisin Outlaw Of Kerman, Calif.

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John Tateishi was incarcerated at Manzanar internment camp in California from age 3 until he was 6. Chloe Coleman/NPR hide caption

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From Wrong To Right: A U.S. Apology For Japanese Internment

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Tightrope walker Andrea Loreni performs in front of the Coliseum in Rome on Saturday. Rome's new mayor is on a crusade to make the ancient monuments more pedestrian friendly, and the city held an all-night street party as it permanently blocked off part of the main road running past the Coliseum. Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Rome's New Mayor Wants The Monuments Pedestrian Friendly

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Rice talks with Yousef Al Otaiba, the United Arab Emirates' ambassador to the United States, before the start of a dinner celebrating Ramadan at the White House last month. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Susan Rice's First Month On The Job Has Been A Doozy

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A pen at a feedlot in central Kansas that houses 30,000 cattle. Feedlots are where cattle are "finished" before slaughter, often with the use of growth-promoting drugs like zilpaterol. Peggy Lowe/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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Did Tyson Ban Doping Cows With Zilmax To Boost Foreign Sales?

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On her new album, Pushin' Against a Stone, Valerie June sings with a voice that's as powerful as it is unusual. Matt Wignall/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Valerie June On Learning To Love 'Perfectly Imperfect' Voices

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