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It all began with a link on Facebook: Meteorologist April Warnecke says the dress was featured in a post on a broadcast meteorologist page, and it has since exploded in popularity — clearly. Jennifer Myers via Facebook hide caption

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On The Forecast: A High Probability You'll See This Dress

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CNN's 'The Hunting Ground' Scrutinized For Portrayal Of Campus Sexual Assault

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Chris Kimball, the founder and editor of Cook's Illustrated, will be staying on as the host of the America's Test Kitchen radio show, despite a contract dispute that resulted in his leaving the company he co-founded. AP/Keller and Keller hide caption

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Is There A Hierarchy Of The Importance Of Death In The News Business?

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Conservative Pundits Wage War Of Words And Finger-Pointing

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On Wednesday in Yangon, Myanmar, two police officers read about the elections that saw opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi's party win a majority of seats in parliament. Gemunu Amarasinghe/AP hide caption

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Melissa Click, an assistant professor in Missouri's communications department, confronts Mark Schierbecker as he records video Monday of the protest area in Columbia, Mo. Mark Schierbecker/AP hide caption

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University of Missouri students circle tents on the Carnahan Quadrangle, locking arms to prevent media from entering the space following the resignation of President Timothy Wolfe on Monday. Robert Cohen/TNS/Landov hide caption

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Demonstrators Clash With Journalists At The University Of Missouri

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