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Arts & Life

Beach Adventures And Falling In Love: Summer In A Haiku

The haiku that listeners sent us about summer evoked all kinds of memories. Some said the season reminds them of ice cream or trips to the beach. Others shared precious memories of young love.

Gene Kranz stands behind the console at Mission Control in Houston where he worked during the Gemini and Apollo missions. Michael Wyke/AP hide caption

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Former NASA Flight Director Gene Kranz Restores Mission Control In Houston

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A youth stands Sunday by the border fence that separates Mexico from the U.S., where candles and crosses stand in memory of the father and daughter who died during their journey toward the U.S. Emilio Espejel/AP hide caption

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Border Community Remembers A Father And Daughter Who Drowned Crossing The Rio Grande

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