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Gharem's solo exhibition at Edge of Arabia's gallery space in London ran from Oct. 8 - Nov. 8. Alex Maguire/Edge of Arabia hide caption

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Saudi Soldier Questions Authority With Art (And Plastic Wrap)

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The Willis Tower (left) in Chicago, photographed on Feb. 15. One World Trade Center (right) in New York City, photographed on Thursday. Saul Loeb/Getty Images / Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Size Does Matter, At Least In The Tallest Building Debate

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Office workers walk past China Dream propaganda boards, showing messages pushed by current Chinese President Xi Jinping's administration, on display near a construction site in Beijing on Oct. 8. The country's leaders are meeting this weekend to chart China's economic course. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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China's Challenge: How To Keep Economic Boom Alive

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Hairdresser Lara Imler used to be an accountant. She doesn't miss her old job, except for the insurance. Annie Feidt hide caption

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Persistence Pays Off For Uninsured Alaskan

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Ms. James' class at St. Patrick's Episcopal Day School in Washington, D.C. wrote in to Morning Edition with their reactions to a story. Courtesy of Mary Beth James hide caption

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Third-Graders React To Video Games Tracking Their Play

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