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The Salt

Mediterranean Diet With Extra Olive Oil May Lower Breast Cancer Risk

A study finds that women who ate a Mediterranean diet plus four tablespoons of extra-virgin olive oil per day had a significantly lower risk of breast cancer compared with women on a low-fat diet.

Members of the Ferguson Commission, including co-chairman Starsky Wilson (second from right), listen at a recent hearing. After months of deliberation, the commission is releasing a report laying bare racial and economic inequalities in the St. Louis region, and calling for change. Jason Rosenbaum/St. Louis Public Radio hide caption

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Ferguson Commission Shines Light On Racially Divided St. Louis

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Cool Sanson Low in the Sky
The Ugly Truth Reanimator
With My Friends (Instrumental) Aloe Blacc

In his new book, The Court and the World: American Law and the New Global Realities, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer details why American courts no longer have any choice about involving themselves in the law beyond U.S. borders. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Law Beyond Our Borders: Justice Breyer Is On A Mission

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Transitions Beastie Boys
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Son Of Neckbone Beastie Boys

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Live-In Laboratory May Help Older Adults Live Independently Longer

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Good Quality Sleep May Build Healthy Hearts

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Heavens to Murgatroid Low in the Sky
Biospheric Doubletime The Books
I'm Ready Commodores

Beatriz and Fabio Costa Vasconcelos pose for a photo in a park in Rio de Janiero. Brazilian couples are increasingly hiring professional photographers to take pictures when the wife is pregnant. The results are widely shared on social media. Courtesy of Ale Crisostomo & Alexandre Carnieri. hide caption

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If You're Expecting In Brazil, You Need A Pregnancy Photographer

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Longtooth Zongo Junction

Joyce Carol Oates, pictured above on Easter, 1949. It is strange, she says, to live so long that you are older than your own parents were when they died. She uses the word "vertiginous" to describe the dizzying sensation of looking back on your life from a distance you can't believe you've traveled. Courtesy of Random House hide caption

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Joyce Carol Oates' Memoir Revisits The Farm And The Family That Shaped Her

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Desert Games Ben Schwendener & Uwe Steinmetz
In the Morning of the Magicians The Flaming Lips
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Mediterranean Diet With Extra Olive Oil May Lower Breast Cancer Risk

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Epilogue The Books
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NBA Legend Moses Malone, The 'Chairman Of The Boards,' Dies At 60

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In Turnabout, Candidates With Less Spend More, Candidates With More Spend Less

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Crescent City Youngblood Brass Band
Home [Original] Tom Staar
Gold Prisms Incorporated The Bad Plus
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Let it go Idina Menzel