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Frazier's grandmother grew up in Braddock in the 1930s and '40s, when "it was prosperous and a melting pot," Frazier says. She took this photograph of her grandmother in 2002. Courtesy of artist LaToya Ruby Frazier hide caption

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With Her Camera, MacArthur 'Genius' Tells An African-American Rust Belt Story

Photographer LaToya Ruby Frazier is the third generation of her family to grow up in Braddock, Pa. For years, she says, African-American contributions to the town have been "overlooked and ignored."

The large British study, begun in 1958, tracked the diet, habits and emotional and physical health of thousands of people from childhood through midlife. iStockphoto hide caption

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Childhood Stress May Prime Pump For Chronic Disease Later

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Nica's Dream Wes Montgomery
Lionheart Emancipator

Residents of Flint, Mich. (shown here in January), have been protesting the quality and cost of the city's tap water for more than a year. Steve Carmody/Michigan Radio hide caption

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High Lead Levels In Michigan Kids After City Switches Water Source

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With Her Camera, MacArthur 'Genius' Tells An African-American Rust Belt Story

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Minuit Sur La Plage Kenny Vaughan
Inchworm [Silent Servant Remix] Battles

Carly Fiorina speaks to reporters after voting in the June 2010 Republican primary. She went on to lose her bid for Senate to Barbara Boxer. Getty Images hide caption

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'Fierce Determination' Fueled Fiorina In 2010 Bid, As It Does Now

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Circle of Life Carmen Twillie
Kangaroo Rat Beastie Boys
Up From the South The Budos Band
Sea Hare Dirty Gold
Some Kinda Mean Joshua Breakstone
Stranger In Town Pat Metheny
Humpty Dumpty Marc Moulin

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Amid VW Scandal, Critics Want Access To Carmakers' Computer Code

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Tap dancer and choreographer Michelle Dorrance is the founder and artistic director of Dorrance Dance/New York. She has been dancing since she was 4. Christopher Lane/John D. & Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation hide caption

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Michelle Dorrance: 'I Just Knew I Would Never Stop Tap Dancing'

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Go!Amigo TF Boys
Night Shot Polock

Migrants arriving in Hungary from Croatia are offered water by volunteers in a resting zone near the border. Offers of food and water are permitted, but some other forms of help are restricted by Hungarian law. Tamas Soki/EPA/LANDOV hide caption

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Risking Arrest, Thousands Of Hungarians Offer Help To Refugees

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Haven Jenna Moynihan
Rather Never Know Bronze Radio Return
Second Cut [Re-Edit] James Clarke
Jealous Love Noah Gundersen
Smoothie Song Nickel Creek
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