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An armed Somali pirate keeps vigil along the coastline of Hobyo, a pirate lair on the Indian Ocean. Mohamed Dahir/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Inside The Pirate Business: From Booty To Bonuses

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Greg Myre and Jennifer Griffin returned to Jerusalem last October, for a Race For The Cure breast cancer event. The walls of Jerusalem's Old City are in the far background, lit by pink lights for the occasion. Greg Myre and Jennifer Griffin hide caption

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Starting A Family, Reporting From A 'Burning Land'

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Amanda Beane (top left) and Anne Bryson-Beane (top right) take their family out for a visit to Seattle's Pioneer Square. The couple benefited from new tax rules that allow them to divide their income evenly. Amanda Beane and Anne Bryson-Beane hide caption

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Same-Sex Families Get A New Boost From Tax Rules

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Alex Fernandez (left) visited StoryCorps with his former student, Noe Rueda, in Madison, Wis. StoryCorps hide caption

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A Young Son's Goal: Making Money For His Mother

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A woman looks at old cars parked in front the National hotel during a classic car rally in Havana, Cuba, April 7. Javier Galeano/AP hide caption

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Real Estate, Auto Markets Drive Reform Talk In Cuba

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Robert Redford's feature film directorial debut, 1980's Ordinary People, won him a Golden Globe and an Academy Award for best director. Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images hide caption

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Redford's 'Conspirator' Begins As Lincoln's Life Ends

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