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Dura Europos, a Roman walled city in eastern Syria, dates back to 330 B.C. The main gate is shown here in a photo from 2010. It's one of the many important archaeological sites militants of the self-styled Islamic State have ransacked and damaged. EPA /Deir Ezz-Zour Antiquities Department/Landov hide caption

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Via Satellite, Tracking The Plunder Of Middle East Cultural History

ISIS militants now control the long-running black market in stolen artifacts. Experts are tracking damage to heritage sites in Iraq and Syria by satellite and doing what little they can to stop it.

Conservative party Chairman Grant Shapps speaks to party supporters after canvassing in London on Saturday. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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No Big Money Or TV Ads — What's With The U.K.'s Low-Key Election?

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Alachua County Sheriff Sadie Darnell (left) and Dr. Nancy Hardt, University of Florida. Bryan Thomas for NPR hide caption

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A Sheriff And A Doctor Team Up To Map Childhood Trauma

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Dura Europos, a Roman walled city in eastern Syria, dates back to 330 B.C. The main gate is shown here in a photo from 2010. It's one of the many important archaeological sites militants of the self-styled Islamic State have ransacked and damaged. EPA /Deir Ezz-Zour Antiquities Department/Landov hide caption

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Via Satellite, Tracking The Plunder Of Middle East Cultural History

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Karen Van Lengen and James Welty created a multimedia installation to encourage visitors to experience buildings like Grand Central Terminal not only through their eyes, but also their ears. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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Museum Asks Visitors To Listen To New York's Buildings

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On the outskirts of Rome is a mile-long stretch of unfinished elevated track for a tramline. Work stopped in the mid-1990s. Under the guidance of Renzo Piano, architects are turning it into an elevated park. Courtesy of the G124 Group hide caption

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Italian Architects Look To Replicate Success Of N.Y. High Line In Rome

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Many Baptist leaders consider marriage to be a foundation for adult life and some are actively encouraging tying the knot earlier. Rosemary Woods/Illustration Works/Corbis hide caption

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Southern Baptist Leaders Highlight Benefits Of Youthful Matrimony

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A look inside the factory in Kundl, Austria, where Sandoz, a unit of Novartis, makes biosimilar drugs. Novartis hide caption

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FDA Decision Signals New Competition For Some Of The Costliest Drugs

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Climate skeptic Willie Soon has argued in the past that too much ice is bad for polar bears. An investigation into Soon's funding found he took money from the fossil fuel industry and did not always disclose that source. iStockphoto hide caption

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As Climate Wars Heat Up, Some Skeptics Are Targets

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