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Black-Market Diesel: Thieves Sell Fuel By The Truckload

Some criminals hide payment-card skimmers in gas pumps to steal credit card numbers. But that isn't the end of the story: Those stolen numbers are just the start of a highly profitable operation.

Supporters of the Congress for Democratic Change party take part in a meeting in Monorovia on Nov. 20 for the opening of political campaign activities for senatorial elections. Elections are due to take place on Dec. 16, after being suspended because of the Ebola epidemic. Zoom Dosso/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Campaign Rallies Resume In Liberia, Raising Uncertainty Over Ebola Risk

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Portes du Souvenir Les Nubians

At least 5,000 Russians marched on a frosty Sunday afternoon in Moscow to protest plans to lay off thousands of doctors and close hospitals against the backdrop of a flagging economy. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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Protesters In Moscow Demand Explanation For Health Care Cuts

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International Space Station Commander Barry "Butch" Wilmore holds up the first object made in space with 3-D printing on Nov. 25. NASA hide caption

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To Boldly Go Where No 3-D Printer Has Gone Before: Yep, Space

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Distance Between Mars and the Earth, Pt. 1 The Flaming Lips
Everybody Knows SBTRKT

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Black-Market Diesel: Thieves Sell Fuel By The Truckload

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Jazz vocalist Sheila Jordan doesn't mind that, despite her critical acclaim, she's not a household name. "The people that respect what I do and hire me, that's all I need, you know?" she says. "I just need to keep doing this music as long as I live. " Richard Laird/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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At 86, A 'Jazz Child' Looks Back On A Life Of Sunshine, Sorrow

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Yesterdays Sheila Jordan, Harvie S et. al.
Emanon Dizzy Gillespie

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