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Evangelical Christians pray during the "March for Jesus" in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Saturday, June 29, 2013. Nelson Antoine/AP hide caption

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Parallels

Brazil's Evangelicals A Growing Force In Prayer, Politics

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Brazil's Evangelicals A Growing Force In Prayer, Politics

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It's busy down there: a gut bacterium splits into two, becoming two new cells. Centre For Infections/Science Photo Library/Corbis hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Staying Healthy May Mean Learning To Love Our Microbiomes

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Staying Healthy May Mean Learning To Love Our Microbiomes

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Tuthilltown Spirits in New York makes a clear corn whiskey, and the first legal aged whiskey in the state since Prohibition, among other products. Joel Rose/NPR hide caption

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New York Toasts Long-Awaited Revival Of Its Distilleries

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Richard Crompton sets his novel in 2007 Nairobi, a time when a small elite held power over an impoverished, restless majority. Nigel Pavitt/JAI/Corbis hide caption

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Crime In The City

In Nairobi, A Maasai Detective Pursues Elusive Justice

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In Nairobi, A Maasai Detective Pursues Elusive Justice

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Seasonal Ranger Mike Donahue (right) discuses the Battle of Little Bighorn with Jon Jones atop Custer Hill. Jim Kent/NPR hide caption

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Nickel Tour: Get To Know Great Tour Guides

Little Bighorn Tour Guide Brings Battle To Life

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Little Bighorn Tour Guide Brings Battle To Life

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Becca Besaw of Austin, Texas, and Christopher Robertson of Fort Worth, Texas, protest the state's new law restricting access to abortion at a rally in Dallas on July 15. Tony Gutierrez/AP hide caption

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Shots - Health News

State Laws Limiting Abortion May Face Challenges On 20-Week Limit

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State Laws Limiting Abortion May Face Challenges On 20-Week Limit

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