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Marine scientist Walter Boynton of the University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science is studying mud, ooze, and other material from the Chesapeake Bay's bottom to find out what areas are healthy and where it's dying. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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Researchers Get Dirty To Clean Up Chesapeake

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Checkpoint Charlie shown in June 1968 (left) and October 2009 (right). During the Cold War, Checkpoint Charlie was the main border crossing between East and West Berlin; today, the historic site is a popular shopping district and tourist attraction. John MacDougall/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Night The Wall Fell: Freedom, Fatherhood Collide

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