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A lake at the the Wind River Range, a mountain range of the Rocky Mountains in western Wyoming. Portions of the range are also inside the Wind River Indian Reservation.
Betsy Dahl stands on the 180 acres of land that she farms for Helen Gunderson, which she is converting to organic. Dahl is one of a growing number of young women getting into farming.
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Catherine Coleman Murphy, of Lansdale, Pa., and Jack Wintermyer, of Silver Spring, Md., protest outside Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Philadelphia the day after the Philadelphia archdiocese suspended 21 priests who were named by a grand jury as child molestation suspects.
Paul Rider runs on Mulholland Drive in Los Angeles, March 25, 2011. Researchers say a moderate running regimen is actually beneficial for the joints of people with healthy knees.
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Tennessee Williams, born 100 years ago March 26, changed the course of American theater with titanic, intensely human dramas including The Glass Menagerie and A Streetcar Named Desire.
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Young Laborers: Most of the garment workers in the Triangle Shirtwaist factory were young, immigrant women. On March 25, 1911, the New York City building caught fire, and 146 workers lost their lives in one the country's worst workplace tragedies.
Students participate in a team-building activity. These 13- and 14-year-olds are vulnerable to gangs and have already been exposed to violence. Fifteen students who attend Chicago Public Schools have died by gunfire this school year.
The Alaskan Way Viaduct, the raised two-level highway that runs along Seattle's downtown waterfront, is seen from the air in 2006. Seattle is now replacing it to improve mobility for people and goods.
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