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Lee and Shirley Wohler in the kitchen of their farmhouse south of Waterville, Kan. Becky Sullivan/NPR hide caption

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Still Home Sweet Home More Than A Century Later

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Joe Hoagland, left, pushes a canoe through a wild rice bed as 14-year-old Chris Salazar learns how to harvest the rice. Jim Mone/AP hide caption

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To Find Truly Wild Rice, Head North To Minnesota

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The Beverly Hills Hotel as it looked when it opened in 1912. The bleak landscape would eventually be replaced by lush tropical foliage, and after the depression, the white Spanish Mission-style hotel would be painted its now-famous pink. Courtesy of Robert S. Anderson hide caption

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Beverly Hills' Refuge For The Stars Turns 100

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A Libyan military guard stands in front of one of the U.S. Consulate's burnt-out buildings in Benghazi Sept. 14 during the visit of President Mohammed el-Megarif. Mohammad Hannon/AP hide caption

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Consulate Attack Preplanned, Libya's President Says

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Pope Benedict XVI waves to Lebanese faithful upon his arrival to hold a mass on the waterfront in downtown Beirut on Sunday. Hussein Malla/AP hide caption

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In Wake Of Violence, Pope Addresses Middle East

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Protester Mu Peidong carries a homemade sign that reads: "Even if we have to kill all Japanese, we must recover the Diaoyu islands." Louisa Lim/NPR hide caption

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Second Day Of Anti-Japan Protests Rock China

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Volunteers check in a voter in Palo Pinto, Texas, in November 2008. The state is using a list from the Social Security Administration to purge dead voters from its election rolls. Tom Pennington/Getty Images hide caption

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Many Texans Bereaved Over 'Dead' Voter Purge

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Find the One is the latest album by the alt-bluegrass act The Coal Porters, led by Sid Griffin (far left). Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Coal Porters: Pulling Bluegrass Up By The Roots

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