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Former secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano prepares to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee in 2013. She has written a new book called How Safe Are We? Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Homeland Security Head Napolitano Says Cybersecurity Should Be A Top Priority

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Esarintul They Mean Us
Stereo Impaired They Mean Us
Higher Fives Than You'll Ever Be

Scientist Corey Gray and his mother, Sharon Yellowfly, are pictured at one of the two massive detectors that make up the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory. One facility, where Gray works, is in Washington state, and the other is in Louisiana. Courtesy of Russell Barber hide caption

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How A Cosmic Collision Sparked A Native American Translator's Labor Of Love

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"The Burial Of Kojo" takes place in Ghana, using a cast and crew made up almost entirely of locals. Above, Cynthia Dakwa, who plays the role of "Esi," and Joseph Otsiman, who plays "Kojo." Ofoe Amegavie/Ofoe Amegavie hide caption

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Fantasy Collides With African Culture In Blitz The Ambassador's 'Burial Of Kojo'

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End Credits Blitz The Ambassador
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