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A Marvel Of A Man: Stan Lee Dead At 95

Lee gave us over six decades' worth of superheroes we could identify with, characters like Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk, who reacted to superpowered crises in believably flawed, human ways.

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New Physical Activity Guidelines Urge Americans: Move More, Sit Less

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Open Up Eric Lau
Pacific Theme Broken Social Scene
Mirror Maru Cashmere Cat
Faded Fight Chain Wallet

Chris and Nancy Brown embrace Monday while looking over the remains of their burned residence after the Camp Fire tore through the region in Paradise, Calif. Dozens of people have been killed in the latest fires to hit the state. Josh Edelson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Megafires More Frequent Because Of Climate Change And Forest Management

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Spoken Hidden Orchestra
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I Will Possess Your Heart Death Cab for Cutie

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'The Cleaners' Looks At Who Cleans Up The Internet's Toxic Content

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ON THE BEAUTIFUL BLUE DANUBE NO ARTIST ENTERED
Rawnald Gregory Erickson the Second STRFKR

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After NRA Mocks Doctors, Physicians Reply: 'This Is Our Lane'

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The Process of Leaving E-vax
Freedom

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A Marvel Of A Man: Stan Lee Dead At 95

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An Evening I will Not Forget Dermot Kennedy
Malibu Man Dan Auerbach
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An annual report by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association notes that there are now nearly 56,000 bridges nationwide that are structurally deficient. Both Democrats and Republicans say they're willing to work together on a plan to rebuild the nation's roads, bridges, transit and water systems. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Bridging The Partisan Divide: Can Infrastructure Unite Democrats And Republicans?

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Won't Be Coming Back The Dip
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