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This 1905 steam engine powered factories in Holland, Mich., for more than half a century (with a four-year break during the Great Depression). It now sits as a monument to the city's industrial heritage.
Thousands of job seekers line up at the National Building Museum during the Public Service Career and Internship fair in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday. The federal government needs to fill an estimated 50,000 entry-level jobs in the next year.
California's strawberry fields have become the latest battleground in a series of skirmishes over pesticide use. Growers say they need state regulators to approve the use of the fumigant methyl iodide as a replacement for methyl bromide, which damages the ozone layer.
Mark J. Terrill/AP