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Shacochis Spans Generations In 'The Woman Who Lost Her Soul'

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Barry Nalebuff (left) and Seth Goldman cofounded Honest Tea in 1997. Goldman is the company's TeaEO. Nalebuff is a professor at Yale School of Management. Crown Business hide caption

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Humayan's Tomb, a 16th-century Mughal garden tomb that helped inspire the Taj Mahal, is one of several UNESCO World Heritage sites in Delhi. Walwyn/Flickr hide caption

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Mystery Series' Portly P.I. Peels Back The Layers Of Delhi Society

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Haitian Youth Illuminated In 'Sea Light'

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'The Blessing Cup': Polacco And Her Family Of Storytellers

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Carving Up Hippos In 'The Sound Of Things Falling'

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Sisterly Conflict Against A Great War Backdrop In 'Daughters Of Mars'

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'Bummers, Blisters And Boondoggles': A Jokester Joins The Army

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The self-proclaimed sovereign principality of Sealand, aboard a World War II artillery platform, began hosting the Internet haven HavenCo in 2000. AP hide caption

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Wild, Wild Web: Policing An Early, Lawless Internet

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T.E. Lawrence, shown here on Oct. 3, 1928, wore Arab clothing in an effort to be seen as trustworthy. AP hide caption

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A Dystopian View Of America's 'Fallen' Suburbs

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