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On the south side of Whiteclay, Neb., a crowd gathers outside one of the town's four liquor stores. Hilary Stohs-Krause/NET News hide caption

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Native American Tribe's Battle Over Beer Brews

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In 1991, the Batwa forest people of Uganda were evicted from their land when two neighboring national parks were created to protect shrinking habitat for the endangered mountain gorilla. A new program is trying to help them earn money and reconnect with their roots. Mackenzie Knowles-Coursin for NPR hide caption

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Forest People Return To Their Land ... As Tour Guides

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Kaki King's latest album is called Glow. Shervin Lainez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kaki King: A Guitar Wizard Conjures New Colors

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Oyster fisherman Bren Smith on his boat, The Mookie. Smith decided to try his hand at seaweed farming, collaborating with ecology professor Charles Yarish. Ron Gautreau/Courtesy of Bren Smith hide caption

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Kelp For Farmers: Seaweed Becomes A New Crop In America

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The Priscilla event, part of Operation Plumbbob conducted at the Nevada Test Site in 1957, was a 37-kiloton device exploded from a balloon. U.S. Department of Energy hide caption

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Veteran: Risks In 1950s Bomb Test 'A Disgrace'

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South Korean rapper Psy performs his massive K-pop hit "Gangnam Style" live on NBC's "Today" show. Jason DeCrow/Invision/AP hide caption

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Gangnam Style: Three Reasons K-Pop Is Taking Over The World

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