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Pfc. Katie Gorz (center) served as a squad leader during the training at Camp Geiger, N.C. Tom Bowman/NPR hide caption

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Women Pass Marine Training, Clear First Hurdle To Combat Role

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The average temperature in winter is about -72 degrees Faharenheit. The IceCube Lab is illuminated in the moonlight. Emanuel Jacobi/NSF hide caption

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'Ghost Particles' In Antarctica Offer Glimpse Of Deep Space

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Regular nut consumers had about a 20 percent reduction in all-cause mortality, including lower death rates from heart disease and cancer, a study found. iStockphoto hide caption

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Nuts For Longevity: Daily Handful Is Linked To Longer Life

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Dallas is preparing for Friday's 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's assassination, and hoping to show how much the city has changed. Tom Pennington/Getty Images hide caption

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Marking Kennedy Assassination, Dallas Still On 'Eggshells'

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The Boston Symphony Orchestra was mid-performance when the news of President Kennedy's assassination broke. AP hide caption

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Moved By Kennedy's Death, The Boston Symphony Played On

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The walls of 5Pointz were once covered in graffiti. Artists worldwide came to New York to paint the warehouse surface. Bruce Wallace for NPR hide caption

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Remembering 5Pointz: A Five-Story Building That Told Plenty More

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Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms Director B. Todd Jones speaks in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on Aug. 29. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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ATF Chief Faces Tough Challenge At Troubled Agency

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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett, a Republican, cut more than $1 billion from the state's K-12 budget, which hit the state-controlled Philadelphia district hardest. Matt Slocum/AP hide caption

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Unrelenting Poverty Leads To 'Desperation' In Philly Schools

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Grounded: The Boeing 747 Dreamlifter that mistakenly landed Wednesday at Jabara airport in Wichita, Kan. Jaime Green /MCT/Landov hide caption

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It's Away! Cargo Jet That Landed At Wrong Airport Takes Off

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The secret to the sweet potato pies Matthew Raiford's Nana makes is their size. "When you eat sweet potato pie, you're supposed to have just enough," Raiford recalls his Nana saying. Christopher Connelly/NPR hide caption

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A Chef Learns To Make His Nana's Petite Sweet Potato Pies

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