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More couples are filing for divorce, thanks to gains in the U.S. economy that make it easier to divide assets. David Kennedy hide caption

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Your Money

Economic Indicators Say Split For Some Couples

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Economic Indicators Say Split For Some Couples

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Anti-Government Protests Roil Egypt

U.S., Israel Focus Talks On Egypt

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U.S., Israel Focus Talks On Egypt

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Fleas push off the ground from the ends of their legs, not from the part of the leg that resembles a knee. Gregory Sutton hide caption

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Itching To Know How Fleas Flee? Mystery Solved

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Peng Gaofeng used social media to track down his son, Xinle, who was abducted three years ago outside his home. Louisa Lim/NPR hide caption

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In China, Dad Uses Social Media To Find Missing Boy

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Cocoa is stacked on pallets at a warehouse at the San Pedro port zone, where it will later be loaded into containers for shipment. Courtesy of San Pedro Port Authority hide caption

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Africa

Power Struggle Halts Cocoa Exports In Ivory Coast

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Power Struggle Halts Cocoa Exports In Ivory Coast

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Workers prepare a field for planting in Imperial Valley, where farms have traditionally used flood-and-furrow techniques. Experts claim the process wastes vast quanties of precious water. Brent Stirton/Getty Images hide caption

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National

Fighting For Water In Arid Imperial Valley

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Fighting For Water In Arid Imperial Valley

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The Badgley Mischka spring 2011 collection showcased a bright red-pink hue called "honeysuckle," which was dubbed the color of the year, according to the trend-setting company Pantone. Stuart Ramson/AP hide caption

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Business

The Business Of Color: Company Sets Fashion Trends

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The Business Of Color: Company Sets Fashion Trends

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When the National Portrait Gallery removed a work after pressure from activists and politicians, a project called the Museum of Censored Art set up shop right outside the museum's doors. Erin Schwartz/NPR hide caption

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As 'Hide/Seek' Ends, A Step Back To Look For Lessons

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