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President Obama shakes hands with a group of supporters after a Miami fundraiser on June 13. J Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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Speculation Runs High In Presidential Money Race

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Two children from the Machiguenga village of Shimaa play in the nearby river. Pollution from the Camisea natural gas pipeline has caused problems for native fish and has affected food security in Shimaa. Annie Murphy/NPR hide caption

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Peru Village Sees Few Gains From Natural Gas Project

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The women of Mountain Man. Left to right: Amelia Randall Meath, Molly Erin Sarle, Alexandra Sauser-Monnig. Travis Shuggin/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Mountain Man's Song For A Tower Gone Wrong

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The Cone sisters typically forged strong patron-artist relationships, but they were particularly close with Henri Matisse. While working on Large Reclining Nude, Matisse sent 22 photographs of the work in progress to Etta Cone. The Baltimore Museum of Art hide caption

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A Tale Of Two Sisters And Their Serious Eye For Art

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The green bean salad with snow peas, coriander and mustard seeds and tarragon, from Yotam Ottolenghi's Plenty. Ottolenghi's column, "The New Vegetarian," has run in London's Guardian newspaper since 2006. Jonathan Lovekin hide caption

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For London Chef, 'Plenty' To Love About Vegetables

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The Mason Jar team conducts a recording session with a chamber orchestra and The Wood Brothers (sitting on the desk, Chris on the left and Olive on the right) in a classroom at St. Cecilia's Church in Brooklyn. Sasha Arutyunova /Courtesy of Mason Jar Music hide caption

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In Through The Out Door: Turning Abandoned Buildings Into Recording Studios

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