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Art imitates life in this 2015 addition to London's Madame Tussauds: a wax figure of Kim Kardashian, taking a selfie — naturally. Tabatha Fireman/Getty Images hide caption

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Selfies In 2015: A Woman Thing?

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Candidate Sameera abu al-Shamat votes in Saudi Arabia's municipal elections on Saturday. Shamat did not win a seat. Deborah Amos / NPR hide caption

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Saudi Women: Elections Are One Step Forward On A Long Road

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The Internet has made it easier for older women to find romance, but it also has made them vulnerable to online scammers. 96 Studio/Getty Images hide caption

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Older Women And The Pitfalls Of Looking For Love By Logging On

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Abby Wambach of the U.S. women's national soccer team (right) stands with teammates during a practice in October. The team canceled a friendly match against Trinidad and Tobago on Sunday because of the poor state of the artificial turf. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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How A Glass Of Juice Inspired A Town To Get Smart On Climate Change

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In this photo from July 13, 2011, Abby Wambach celebrates scoring her side's second goal during a semifinal match against France at the Women's World Cup in Germany. Wambach, the leading career scorer, male or female, in international soccer, announced her retirement from soccer today. Martin Meissner/AP hide caption

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Caryl Johnson (center) oversees communion at St. Mary Magdalene Community in Drexel Hill, Pa., as parishioners Janet Hamm and Jim Kalb assist. Unlike most traditional Roman Catholic services, a gluten-free bread and alcohol-free wine are offered. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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In Defiance Of The Church, Some Catholic Women Seek Priesthood

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