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It's a bull market for cattle: prices are climbing across the U.S. In Tulsa, Okla., stockyards reported selling 4,500 head of cattle at record prices in a single day's sale last week. Charles Osgood/AP hide caption

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As Cattle Prices Climb, Ranchers Watch Out For Bovine Thievery

Across the U.S., cattle prices are at record highs. So ranchers and special rangers are working to protect herds from cattle rustlers — thieves looking to sell off stolen animals at auction.

Anti-immigration activist Judy Lairmore protests busing of migrant people from Central America on July 15, in Oracle, Ariz. Many immigrants have been moving into the suburbs in recent decades. And that's creating new tensions with the people who live there. Sandy Huffaker/Getty Images hide caption

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Residents Uneasy About Immigrant Shift Into Suburbs

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Things Have Changed Bob Dylan
Once Upon a Time (Instrumental) Chinese Man

Nike-owned Converse, the company responsible for the Chuck Taylor All Star shoe, is suing to stop other shoemakers from copying what it says are distinctive elements of its design. Grant Halverson/AP hide caption

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Bucking The Fashion Trend, Converse Kicks Up A Fuss About Knockoffs

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It's a bull market for cattle: prices are climbing across the U.S. In Tulsa, Okla., stockyards reported selling 4,500 head of cattle at record prices in a single day's sale last week. Charles Osgood/AP hide caption

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As Cattle Prices Climb, Ranchers Watch Out For Bovine Thievery

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All Choked Up Again Ryan Bingham & the Dead Horses
Water Everywhere (Not a Drop to Drink) Tom Caufield
Grand Theft Auto IV, video game music [Soviet Connection] London Philharmonic Orchestra, Andrew Skeet (conductor)
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P22, a 4-year-old male mountain lion known as the "Hollywood Lion," is known to traverse the hills in and around Los Angeles. He is seen here recaptured by the National Park Service in March after being exposed to rat poison. AP Photo/National Park Service hide caption

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Why Did The Mountain Lion Cross The Freeway? To Breed

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After college, Geena Davis got a job at an Ann Taylor clothing store. Then she noticed an empty chair in a window display, and she decided to sit down and freeze. "I was a live mannequin," she says. Courtesy of Geena Davis hide caption

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From Mannequin To Actor: Geena Davis' 'Ridiculous, Ridiculous' Break

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Special Order Michael Giacchino
Just Pickin' Freddy King

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