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Emotional Healing After A Flood Can Take Just As Long As Rebuilding

Three weeks after the flooding in West Virginia, the phrase "West Virginia Strong" is painted everywhere. But no matter how strong the community, emotional healing after a disaster takes a long time.

Pink Bullets The Shins
Cotton in the Kitchen James Cotton

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Some Trump RNC Delegates Surprised About Paying Their Own Way To Cleveland

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Shout of Blue Hint
Beginner's Theme Suite Roger Neill, Dave Palmer et. al.

Congress has passed a bill that will require food companies to disclose GMOs — but without necessarily using a GMO label on packaging. Companies would have several disclosure options, including using a QR code on packaging that customers could then scan with a smartphone to learn more. (Above) A sign at a July 1 rally in Montpelier, Vt., protests the bill. Wilson Ring/AP hide caption

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Congress Just Passed A GMO Labeling Bill. Nobody's Super Happy About It

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People line up to buy groceries outside a supermarket in Caracas, Venezuela's capital, on July 13. The State Department issued a travel warning for the country on July 7. Four other countries have been the subject of U.S. travel warnings since July 1. Federico Parra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Often Issues Travel Warnings, But Lately The Tables Are Turned

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Out of This World Michael Menert
Reminder Hidden Orchestra, George Gillespie et. al.
Turning Point DJ Format

In 1964's The Best Man, presidential candidate and principled intellectual William Russell (Henry Fonda) competes with a TV-savvy opportunist at his (unspecified) party's convention. United Artists/The Kobal Collection hide caption

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What Do Contested Conventions Look Like? Ask Hollywood And Sinclair Lewis

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Became Atmosphere
Brasília É Luísa Ruspo
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Jonathan Choate resigned his post on the Cache County GOP and changed his affiliation to Libertarian after Republicans refused to formally condemn Donald Trump. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Mormons Uneasy With Trump Make A Question Of Reliably Red Utah

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The Horse Cliff Nobles & Company
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Benson's Rider George Benson
Do, Do, Do, song (from Oh, Kay!, musical) Gary Graffman, New York Philharmonic, Zubin Mehta (conductor)

An Egyptian family squeezes onto a motorbike in Cairo in this 2014 photo. After falling for decades, the country's birthrate has been rising in recent years. Egypt now has more than 90 million people, more than twice as many as any other Arab nation. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Egypt's Population Surges Past 90 Million, Straining Resources Of A Poor Nation

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Salvation The Limiñanas

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Emotional Healing After A Flood Can Take Just As Long As Rebuilding

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Chase Me Hexstatic
Know You Don't Jel
Dracular [Who Is Mr. Brown Version] Bob Marley & the Wailers

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