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An artist's rendering of sauropods that once roamed in a lagoon area on Scotland's Isle of Skye. Jon Hoad/University of Edinburgh hide caption

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Before There Were Tourists, Dinosaurs Strolled Scotland's Isle Of Skye

On a recent fossil-hunting trip to the island, researchers stumbled across a cache of dinosaur footprints in what was once a lagoon.

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Green Chimneys Santi Debriano & Roni Ben-Hur

Nobel laureate David Baltimore of Caltech speaks to reporters at the National Academy of Sciences international summit on human gene editing, on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. Hundreds of scientists and ethicists from around the world debating how to deal with technology that makes it easy to edit the human genetic code. Susan Walsh/AP hide caption

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Scientists Debate How Far To Go In Editing Human Genes

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Alan Bennett (Alex Jennings) and Miss Shepherd (Maggie Smith) are both forceful personalities, but The Lady in the Van excels at bringing out undercurrents of frailty. Nicola Dove/Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Maggie Smith Is Deft, Daft And Driven In 'The Lady In The Van'

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The Pasture Elephant Revival
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Cars drive past a banner of Saudi Arabia's King Salman that reads, "Salman, we hear and obey," near Mecca on Sept. 17. A drop in oil revenue is forcing Saudi Arabia to consider cuts to social programs. The Saudis have declined to cut production, a move that would likely drive up prices, but could also cost the country its current share of the world oil market. Mosa'ab Elshamy/AP hide caption

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As Saudi Arabia Battles Its Oil Rivals, Prices Are Expected To Stay Low

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Nomad's Retreat [The Sight Below Version] [Version] Pantha du Prince
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Mariama Keita, a farmer in Senegal, uses her cellphone to figure out the best time to harvest her peanut plants. Ofeibea Quist-Arcton/NPR hide caption

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This Peanut Farmer Turns To A Cellphone — And Prayer — For A Top Crop

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Montana Tycho
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Former Vice President Dick Cheney, along with his wife and grandchildren, look on after Cheney's bust was unveiled at the U.S. Capitol on Thursday. Keith Lane/Getty Images hide caption

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Dick Cheney's Bust Unveiled At The Capitol, As He's Lightly Roasted

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Before There Were Tourists, Dinosaurs Strolled Scotland's Isle Of Skye

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Chapter 3: A Hero Rises - Anakin's Theme [From Star Wars: Episode ...] Original Score
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