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Muslim Leaders Vow To Protect Rights Of Religious Minorities

This week's Marrakesh Declaration is the latest effort to dissociate Islam from ISIS and other jihadist groups. But will the declaration be heeded? Similar efforts have had limited effect.

Consumers have been benefiting from lower gas prices. Here, prices dip below $2 per gallon at an Exxon station in Woodbridge, Va., on Jan. 5. Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Cheap Gas Might Not Be Good For The U.S. Economy

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Can't Buy A Ticket To That Concert You Want To See? Blame Bots

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Take Care, Olaf Dianogah
Nostalgia in Times Square Gerry Grosz
If I Could Reach Rainbows David Benoit
Davita Yoshie Fruchter

Five-month-old Ronan Amador rides in a carrier with his mother, Elizabeth Mahoney, during a Planned Parenthood rally on the steps of the Texas Capitol on March 7, 2013, in Austin. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Texans Try To Repair Damage Wreaked Upon Family Planning Clinics

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Killeen Rob Ickes
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Muslim Leaders Vow To Protect Rights Of Religious Minorities

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Qaafilah RebbeSoul, Nabil Azzam et. al.
Moving Cities Faze Action

Before it moved to the Museum of Fine Arts, Frida Kahlo's Dos Mujeres (Salvadora y Herminia) belonged to the family of American industrialist Jackson Cole Phillips, who purchased it from Kahlo in 1929. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston hide caption

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Boston Museum Acquires First Painting Frida Kahlo Ever Sold

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Cuba's cars are impossible to ignore. It's like seeing a celebrity and trying not to stare. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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'Car Talk' In Cuba: How Those Classic American Cars Survived The Embargo

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Mitopa John Williams
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Blue Period Jon Hassell
Down to the Delta Bruce Cockburn
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(Left) Bob Ebeling in his home in Brigham City, Utah. (Right) The Challenger lifts off on Jan. 28, 1986, from a launchpad at Kennedy Space Center, 73 seconds before an explosion killed its crew of seven. (Left) Howard Berkes/NPR; (Right) Bob Pearson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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30 Years After Explosion, Challenger Engineer Still Blames Himself

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Reach For the Sky Mary Youngblood
In Reply Steve Kimock
A Cool New Way Joe Satriani
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A view from Earth of a slender crescent moon in close proximity to the two brightest planets in the sky, Venus and Jupiter. Justin Lane/epa/Corbis hide caption

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Track Jupiter's Path Like An Ancient Babylonian

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Dark Inversion Linn Barnes & Allison Hampton

In the ABC miniseries Madoff, actor Richard Dreyfuss plays the former Nasdaq chairman who perpetrated one of the largest Ponzi schemes in U.S. history. Giovanni Rufino/ABC hide caption

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Richard Dreyfuss: Like It Or Not, There's A Bit Of Bernie Madoff In All Of Us

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Rob the Mob Stephen Edleman
Wizard of Ahhhs Sinewave

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