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Ras Lanuf, March 11: Lynsey Addario and Tyler Hicks of The New York Times (center left and right) stand on the side of a road in Libya with Yuri Kosyrev of Time magazine and freelancer Nicki Sobecki. Four days later, Addario and Hicks were taken captive along with Times journalists Anthony Shadid and Stephen Farrell. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Photographer's Libya Ordeal: 'You're Going To Die'

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A real estate sign stands outside a home in Las Vegas. Banks are repossessing record numbers of homes in the city, but there's a flip side: It has put homeownership within reach for many low-income buyers. Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Amid Las Vegas Real Estate Woes, Hope For Some

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A mother and daughter at the Unity Health Care's Upper Cardozo clinic in Washington, D.C. at a celebrity event in 2009. The clinic relies on some funding from the Title X Family Planning Program. Kris Connor/Getty Images hide caption

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At-Risk Federal Funds Cover Far More Than The Pill

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Sister Vincent Cecire (right) spoke to her friend Sister Catherine Garry (left) at StoryCorps in Dobbs Ferry, N.Y. StoryCorps hide caption

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A Nun's Lifetime Devotion To The Dodgers

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A farmer stands in front of a mountain of spinach, disposed after gathering in Fukushima, Japan, on March 26. The government has banned the sale of milk, spinach and other leafy vegetables from Fukushima and neighboring prefectures. Jun Yasukawa/Yomiuri Shimbun/AP hide caption

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For Fukushima's Farmers, Growing Uncertainty

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Veteran Libyan soldiers who defected to the rebel side teach volunteers the basics of mortars, machine guns, small rockets and anti-aircraft artillery. Eric Westervelt/NPR hide caption

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For Libyan Rebels, A Battle Against Time To Organize

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Henning Mankell was born in Stockholm, Sweden, and later lived in Maputo, Mozambique. He is the author of 10 Kurt Wallander books, in addition to numerous other novels and plays. Michael Lionstar hide caption

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Henning Mankell's Last Wallander Novel Arrives

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