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    A short video of my home. Music by Steindór Andersen www.nunnikonn.com

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    • The Insights of Angels


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      Historically, Murray has been a town of black and white. But Abby Reinhardt doesn't see color that way anymore. She sees her adopted Liberian sister Joyce and brother Freeman as gifts from God.…

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      • Night Trade


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        The Bull’s Eye, an area that consists of two-square miles in East Durham, is responsible for 20% of the city’s crime. While the predominant crimes in the area are robbery and aggravated…

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        • Tsunami Relief for Robinson Crusoe Island


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          In the spring of 2006, as a combined group of American and Chilean journalism students, we traveled together to Robinson Crusoe Island, four hundred miles off the coast of Santiago, Chile, to document…

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          • The Third & The Seventh


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            --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- http://www.thirdseventh-book.com/ --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- "From…

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            • The Forgotten Ones


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              Archeological sites in Peru’s northern coast are being destroyed at unprecedented rate, by looting, agricultural expansion and squatter settlements. Moche Inc. is a non-profit organization committed…

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              • Roping the wind in Texas


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                By Nacho Corbella The mid-20th century discovery of oil and gas fields in central Texas changed the trajectory of several small towns in decline. But the boom bypassed the town of Roscoe. From…

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                • Vanishing Point


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                  "Le Petit Prince" released on iTunes Store. http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/le-petit-prince-from- Movie :Takuya Hosogane http://www.hsgn.tk Music :cubesato http://cubicroom.net/ http://ax.itunes.apple.com/jp/artist/cubesato/id323664538 :Meine…

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                  • Living Fully


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                    Staff and patient voices tell the story of the Hospice & Palliative Care Center of Alamance-Caswell in Burlington, N.C. Video commissioned by the agency and produced by Ellen Ozier Photography…

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                    • Can we store solar energy?


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                      The Energy Frontier Research Center at UNC-Chapel Hill is working on developing a technology to store solar energy. Here's how the process might work.

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                      • A Risk Worth Taking


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                        Ten year-old Holden Trent was diagnosed with Crohn's disease at the age of 5. After trying every treatment available on the market, the Trents found a clinical trial at the North Carolina Translational…

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                        • Moving To Higher Ground


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                          Villagers from the small coastal Alaskan town of Newtok have endured extreme weather leading to massive erosion. Though not at fault, this group of some 350 Yup'ik Eskimos is among the planet's…

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