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Snowflakes began accumulating on the turf by halftime during a Feb. 6 game at Real Kashmir's home stadium in Srinagar. The coach of the visiting team said later that some members of his team, from southern India, had never seen snow. Lauren Frayer/NPR hide caption

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Against The Odds, A Pro Soccer Team In Kashmir Is Close To Winning India's Top Title

Real Kashmir FC is less than three years old and plays soccer in a troubled Himalayan region prone to violence, strikes and heavy snow. Soldiers with machine guns patrol the home stadium.

The view of the Grand Canyon from the top floor of Desert View Watchtower on the southeastern rim. Eleven tribes have traditional ties to the Grand Canyon. Laurel Morales/KJZZ hide caption

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Overcoming A 'Long, Bitter Relationship,' Grand Canyon And Tribes Mark Centennial

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A GPS tracker strapped to the leg of a chicken means "that people who potentially will buy that chicken will know every step that that chicken has taken," says food historian Robyn Metcalfe. Jodi Pudge/Radius Images/Getty Images hide caption

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The Chicken Is Local, But Was It Happy? GPS Now Tells The Life Story Of Your Poultry

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Hillary Clinton concedes after her loss in 2016 presidential election, though Clinton won 3 million more votes nationally than Donald Trump. Andrew Harnik/AP hide caption

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After Stinging Presidential Loss, Popular Vote Movement Gains Momentum In States

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Snowflakes began accumulating on the turf by halftime during a Feb. 6 game at Real Kashmir's home stadium in Srinagar. The coach of the visiting team said later that some members of his team, from southern India, had never seen snow. Lauren Frayer/NPR hide caption

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Against The Odds, A Pro Soccer Team In Kashmir Is Close To Winning India's Top Title

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Miles Morales became the first non-white Spider-Man to hit the big screen last year in Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse. Sony Pictures Animation hide caption

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Peter Ramsey Put The 1st Afro-Latino Spider-Man On Screen. It May Win Him An Oscar

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