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The crowded streets of Kolkata, India, are only going to get more crowded. Randy Olson/National Geographic hide caption

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Goats and Soda

11 Billion People By 2100 — And India Will Be More Populous Than China

The number of people on the planet is growing at the fastest rate in history. U.N. demographers say the world's population will be up by 4 billion at the end of the century.

President Obama says Iran's "nuclear breakout" time will be extended from the current two or three months to at least a year under the nuclear agreement. But he acknowledges that some restrictions will fall away after 15 years and the breakout time would again shrink. Morgan Walker/NPR hide caption

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Obama: Iran Will Face Longer 'Breakout Time,' Though Not Indefinitely

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The crowded streets of Kolkata, India, are only going to get more crowded. Randy Olson/National Geographic hide caption

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11 Billion People By 2100 — And India Will Be More Populous Than China

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Pizza Ranch touts its pizza and chicken options, seen here at the Fort Dodge location that opened last year. The company's vision statement is "to glorify God by positively impacting the world." Clay Masters/Iowa Public Radio hide caption

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It's All Politics

Pizza Ranch: Fueling Campaigns On Cheese And Chicken

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Pizza Ranch: Fueling Campaigns On Cheese And Chicken

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A photo of Pablo Picasso's painting, Head of a Young Woman, released by French authorities on Tuesday. The painting was seized from a yacht on July 31 in Corsica, France. The painting belongs to a Spanish billionaire who was planning to sell it elsewhere in Europe. But Spanish authorities say it is a "national treasure" that can't be sent abroad without government permission. Douane Francaise via AP hide caption

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A Picasso, A Yacht And A Dollop Of International Intrigue

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Officers with the Louisiana State Police patrol in New Orleans' French Quarter. Ordinary residents feel their neighborhoods need more protection, and they are frustrated by stepped-up efforts in key tourist areas such as the French Quarter. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Hurricane Katrina: 10 Years Of Recovery And Reflection

New Orleans' Overall Crime Rate Has Fallen. Why Are People So Frustrated?

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New Orleans' Overall Crime Rate Has Fallen. Why Are People So Frustrated?

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In a speech on Monday, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe said his compatriots failed to protect Cecil the lion. Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/AP hide caption

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Parallels

Zimbabwe's President Blames 'Vandals' For Killing Cecil The Lion

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Zimbabwe's President Blames 'Vandals' For Killing Cecil The Lion

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Military bomb disposal experts examine an unexploded German bomb from World War II in East London. Hundreds of residents were moved out for their safety. Sgt. Ross Tilly/Ministry of Defence hide caption

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In London, A Bomb In The Basement Stirs Memories Of The Blitz

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