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In 2012, these two base jumpers wearing wingsuits were high above Chamonix in the French Alps. Cyril Duval/AP hide caption

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Wingsuit Flying: Incredible Thrill, But 'No Second Chance'

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Book Reviews

Book Review: 'Archangel'

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Book Review: 'Archangel'

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Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca at the Men's Central Jail in downtown LA in 2012. Baca, who has been under fire for jailhouse abuses, is facing calls to step down and not seek a fifth term. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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Embattled LA Sheriff Still Plans To Give Fifth Term A Shot

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George Whitmore Jr., a 19-year-old unemployed laborer, is shown in a Brooklyn, N.Y., police station on April 25, 1964, after his arrest in the Career Girl Murders. Jack Kanthal/AP hide caption

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March On Washington, Coinciding Murders Redefined Liberties

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Jan Scannell, former accountant, has taken on a new identity as "Jan Braai," a South African TV show host and media personality promoting the idea of National Braai (barbecuing) Day, celebrated each year on Sept. 24. Courtesy of Stephanus Rabie hide caption

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'Braai Day' Aims To Bring S. Africans Together Over Barbecue

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Charter bus passengers look for their transportation home after the March on Washington of Aug. 28, 1963. AP hide caption

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The March On Washington At 50

Sleepy, Southern And Segregated: What D.C. Was Like In '63

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Sleepy, Southern And Segregated: What D.C. Was Like In '63

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An anti-NSA protester in Washington, DC. Steve Rhodes/Flickr hide caption

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All Tech Considered

'I'd Tap That' And Other NSA Pickup Lines Are All The Rage

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'I'd Tap That' And Other NSA Pickup Lines Are All The Rage

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The headquarters of Menlo Innovations, a software design firm in Ann Arbor, Mich. At Menlo, there are no cubicles, few walls and no offices. Elise Hu/NPR hide caption

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Inside The 'Bossless' Office, Where The Team Takes Charge

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Inside The 'Bossless' Office, Where The Team Takes Charge

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There are way more veterinarians than there is work for them to do, according to a recent survey by the American Veterinary Medical Association. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Education

There's Not Enough Work For Veterinarians

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There's Not Enough Work For Veterinarians

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