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President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will have a summit next month in Geneva. But it's not their first face-to-face meeting. Here, Putin greets Biden, then vice president, in March 2011 in Moscow. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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Biden And Putin Are Going To Meet In Geneva On June 16

President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet face-to-face in Switzerland next month. The agenda will include nuclear arms control, climate change and Russia's election meddling.

President Biden and Russian President Vladimir Putin will have a summit next month in Geneva. But it's not their first face-to-face meeting. Here, Putin greets Biden, then vice president, in March 2011 in Moscow. Alexander Zemlianichenko/AP hide caption

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Biden And Putin Are Going To Meet In Geneva On June 16

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The 510-foot cheesesteak made in South Philly's Italian Market spanned three blocks. Sean Duffy hide caption

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Sean Duffy

This Contender For The World's Longest Cheesesteak Spans 3 City Blocks

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(I've Got) Trouble In Mind The Limiñanas
Church Galactic
Opening Philip Glass
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Rawnald Gregory Erickson the Second STRFKR
Never Mess With Sunday Yppah

A city-sanctioned encampment for homeless people in Los Angeles includes 70 tents and provides bathrooms, showers and 24-hour security. Anna Scott/KCRW hide caption

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High Cost Of Los Angeles Homeless Camp Raises Eyebrows And Questions

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I Can Feel It Humming The Flashbulb
Claridad Thievery Corporation & Natalia Clavier
Breeze Mitch Murder

Josh Pulliam and other researchers from Jake Socha's lab at Virginia Tech drove from Blacksburg, Va., to the northern part of the state and spent days collecting and studying Brood X cicadas. Jake Socha hide caption

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Jake Socha

Brood X Cicadas Are Busy And So Are The Scientists Who Study Them

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Jeep's Blues Johnny Hodges
Fjarlaegur Oskar Schuster
Thinking of You Lord Echo

Jesse Dong opened the clothing retailer Two Minds in Manhattan's Meatpacking District a few weeks ago. He considers it his dream space. Camille Petersen hide caption

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Camille Petersen

Small-Business Owners Are Scoring Dream Spots In The Most Cutthroat Market

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Better Give U Up FKJ
The Journey Tom Misch
Alley Cat Chet Atkins

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