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The first Olympic winners became celebrities with social and political heft—and even the power to heal https://t.co/xHxJ8Rm2ag
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"How long before touching each other, being near each other, is no longer a potentially toxic act?"  https://t.co/o1JXhX99WW
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This short skirmish might have been a footnote in American history—but instead became a legend, perhaps the most famous in the Old West https://t.co/Z4OhYL0c4j
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At least 142 million acres of grass once stretched across the land that became the United States. Today, the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve protects what little remains https://t.co/FQ6M7XY9Mg
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New York's historic carriage horse industry has long been at the center of bitter ethical debate: Is the urban carriage industry harmful to horses? https://t.co/UkoRd5jOWq
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"I feel sad for what happened to her, but happy to learn more about her," says Matilda's great-granddaughter https://t.co/YmGAvn1Y3R
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Viewed from above, a fishing net floating in the water takes on the look of a flower in the sea. Your Shot photographer Trung Pham captured this unique perspective in Vietnam https://t.co/qZOCv31QQl
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Members of the British royal family have both succumbed and survived through pandemics—in some cases, changing the course of history https://t.co/zboqhgQ5hT
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The work neither proves nor disproves that pangolins are linked to the current pandemic, but it does indicate that they could play a role in the emergence of new coronaviruses https://t.co/ZDqbXV9Br3
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In a short, chaotic reign, Elagabalus scandalized Rome with excesses and hedonism that apparently knew no bounds https://t.co/NFn3foVL5N
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Changing the radio collar on a 350-pound hibernating bear should have been a routine task—if he'd been sleeping soundly https://t.co/eFDRFOHxir
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Social distancing isn’t a new idea—it saved thousands of American lives during the last great pandemic https://t.co/tRkdj920xe
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This short skirmish might have been a footnote in American history—but instead became a legend, perhaps the most famous in the Old West https://t.co/tK3m6eR1bC
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