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Not So Neighborly Associations Foreclosing On Homes

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A Navajo family in front of a hogan, a traditional Navajo home, in Canyon de Chelly in 1927. Northern Arizona University Cline Library hide caption

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Preserving Navajo History In Canyon De Chelly

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The Gulf oil spill has prompted a lot of soul-searching. Michael Spooneybarger/AP hide caption

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Look twice: Champion skier and skateboarder Kevin Michael Connolly goes places most people wouldn't. And most people -- unlike Connolly -- have legs. Courtesy of Kevin Michael Connolly hide caption

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Restrepo directors Sebastian Junger (left) and Tim Hetherington pose for a photo in Restrepo, an outpost in Afghanistan's Korengal Valley. Their film was awarded the Grand Jury Prize for best documentary at this year's Sundance Film Festival. Tim Hetherington/Outpost Films hide caption

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Nina Pike sits at one of the street pianos and improvises a piece. Margot Adler hide caption

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Humboldt County, Calif., is home to the Karuk tribe. Many of the tribe's members and others who live in the area have had to leave because of the lack of Internet access, which often hinders business growth. Laura Sydell/NPR hide caption

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FCC Eyes Broadband For Indian Reservations

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New recruit Barry Huang (left) stands with Staff Sgt. Garces at the Hilltop Mall Army Recruiting Station in Richmond, Calif. Huang signed up to get his college education paid for, but he's interested in a noncombat role. Lonny Shavelson/www.photowords.com hide caption

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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 hide caption

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In Recovery, Eminem opens up about his struggles with addiction and his newfound sobriety. Courtesy of artist hide caption

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Each morning, Sean Moore loads up a 1969 Ford Vanette with cupcakes made at a bakery he co-owns with his wife. Once he finds a parking spot, he tells his customers through social media sites where he is -- and how long he'll be there. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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Tom DeBaggio, a herb and gardening expert, was diagnosed with early onset Alzheimer's disease in 1999. 1999 File photo/Washington Post via Getty Images hide caption

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