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A woman looks at flowers placed near the headquarters of the magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris, on Feb. 7. Islamist extremists stormed the offices of the satirical newspaper, killing 12 people in January. Michel Euler/AP hide caption

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After Paris Attacks, Voltaire's 'Tolerance' Is Back In Vogue

The writer's classic 18th-century work took aim at intolerance in the Catholic Church. Now it's flying off the shelves as the French seek answers following deadly shootings by Islamic extremists.

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Students sample the results of their labors in Yvonne Ruperti's pastry class at the Culinary Institute of America's Singapore branch. Carole Zimmer hide caption

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How Singapore Transformed Itself Into A Food Lover's Destination

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Bargaining [#] Podington Bear
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Phoenix Suns forward Marcus Morris, left, congratulates his twin brother, Markieff, after he scored against the Sacramento Kings during the fourth quarter of a game on April 16, 2014. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Phoenix Suns' Two Sets Of Brothers Redefine Sibling Rivalry

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Lovers 2 Alpine & The Alpine

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After Paris Attacks, Voltaire's 'Tolerance' Is Back In Vogue

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108 Desires Yasuaki Shimizu

Libya's oil terminals — like the Brega refinery and oil terminal, pictured in March 11, 2014 — are being fought over by militias and by the nation's two rival governments. The conflict is drying up production, and may have a devastating impact on the nation's battered economy. Abdullah Doma/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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With Oil Fields Under Attack, Libya's Economic Future Looks Bleak

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This image provided by the Durham County Sheriff's Office shows a booking photo of Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, who was arrested on three counts of murder early Wednesday. On his Facebook page, Hicks described himself as a gun-toting atheist. Durham County Sheriff's Office/AP hide caption

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Some See Extreme 'Anti-Theism' As Motive In N.C. Killings

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Butter the Soul Cornershop

Before ISIS attacked it, the northern Iraqi town of Snuny had a population of nearly 150,000 — a mix of Kurdish Muslims and Yazidis, who belong to a religious ethnic minority in this region. Only about 10,000 have returned after Kurdish fighters reclaimed the city. Ari Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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ISIS May Be Gone, But Life Has Yet To Return To Normal In Northern Iraq

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To put their probes into the Arctic Ice, researchers hitched a ride on a South Korean icebreaker. Courtesy of Craig M. Lee/University of Washington hide caption

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Navy Funds A Small Robot Army To Study The Arctic

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Por Quem? Caetano Veloso
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Inchworm Battles

Despite his ALS diagnosis, Richard Glatzer (right) says he was on set every day during the filming of Still Alice. Jojo Whilden/Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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In 'Still Alice,' Director Couple Tells A Story That Mirrors Their Own

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The recipe for guacamole in musician Jack White's concert rider is more like a guacamole salad. But chef Martin Morales says it's pretty good. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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For Musician Jack White, Any Old Guacamole Just Won't Do

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Raising Pops: Mavis Staples And Jeff Tweedy Complete A Family Circle

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