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Goats and Soda

As Ebola Leaves Liberia, Measles Make A Forceful Comeback

Ebola put the country's immunization program on pause. Now officials are launching a nationwide vaccination campaign to stop the largest measles outbreak the country has seen in years.

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As Ebola Leaves Liberia, Measles Makes A Forceful Comeback

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After completing training in 2013, Claire Kerstetter now works as a fluid technician on fracking jobs. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Oil Companies Look To Fill Employment Gap With More Women

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The Sweet Briar College campus in western Virginia. Aaron Mahler/Sweet Briar College hide caption

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A Bitter Goodbye: Sweet Briar College Closes Its Doors

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Not exactly what that's for: Two tourists climb on a statue in Huayin, China, near Huashan, or Mount Hua, a famed tourist destination, in May 2013. ChinaFotoPress via Getty Images hide caption

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For Chinese Tourists Behaving Badly, A Government Blacklist

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Russian military personnel march in Moscow's Red Square during a rehearsal Thursday for the Victory Day military parade that will take place Saturday to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the victory over Nazi Germany in World War II. Ivan Sekretarev/AP hide caption

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At Russia's Huge WWII Remembrance, An Absence Of Western Leaders

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Attorney General Loretta Lynch, seen here with Baltimore police Commissioner Anthony Batts, met Tuesday with the city's police officers, faith leaders and the family of Freddie Gray. Getty Images hide caption

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Justice Dept. Hopes Investigation Will Create A 'Stronger' Baltimore

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Pastor Rodney Hudson sits on the steps of Ames Memorial United Methodist Church in West Baltimore, blocks away from the center of the protests and rioting that occurred last month. Hansi Lo Wang/NPR hide caption

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A New Baltimore Model? 'Officer On The Beat ... Pastor On The Corner'

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U.S. Steel's Minntac taconite mine and plant looms over the city of Virginia. The company plans to lay off around 700 employees on June 1. Dan Kraker/MPR hide caption

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Ore Price Collapse Hits Minnesota's 'Iron Range'

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Sir David Attenborough at the Beijing Museum of Natural History with fossil of Juramaia, as featured in the Smithsonian Channel series Rise of Animals: Triumph of the Vertebrates. Courtesy Smithsonian Channel hide caption

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In 'Rise Of Animals,' Sir David Attenborough Tells Story Of Vertebrates

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