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Photos for July 23, 2013

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Univision has canceled a popular Spanish-language radio show hosted by Eddie Sotelo, also known as Piolín

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Sotelo chats with then-Senator Barack Obama in 2007 after an interview on his radio show

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President Obama will take a swing at changing the dynamics in Washington's fiscal debates in a series of speeches about the economy. But his odds of striking out are high.

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President Obama will take a swing at changing the dynamics in Washington's fiscal debates in a series of speeches about the economy but his odds of striking out are high.

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Customers browse for English-language magazines and newspapers at a New York newsstand.

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German Canadian tenor soloist Michael Schade.

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Lorin Maazel, conductor.

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Vienna Philharmonic performs in the magnificent gardens of Austria’s Imperial Schönbrunn Palace.

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Laura Fink, the owner of the political consulting firm Fink & Hernandez Consulting LLC, worked for then-Congressman Bob Filner from 2004 to 2006.

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One of the multiple Asian-inspired posters for Marvel's "The Wolverine."

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Dr. Howard Novick says Texas' new abortion restrictions could force him to close the Houston clinic he opened in 1980. He says he doesn't have the more than $1 million required to convert his office into a surgical center with wide corridors and sophisticated air-flow systems.

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Paula and Coby take a nature hike.

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Violet watching television.

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Nicholas jumps.

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Cuban baseball players have been defecting to the U.S. in growing numbers over the past two decades. Increasingly, smugglers play a role in getting the players off the island, U.S. baseball agents say.

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Cuba's team at the World Baseball Classic in Tokyo on March 8. More than 200 Cuban players have defected to the U.S. over the past two decades, and smugglers are increasingly involved in getting the players off the island, according to U.S. baseball agents.

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Playtime with Violet.

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Charlie holds Violet.

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Dragons at the gaming area of Comic-Con.

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"Dark Souls" at Comic-Con.

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Gaming at Comic-Con can also include all kinds of merchandise directly and indirectly related to games.

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Paula and her son Cody.

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Video gaming finds a new home in Exhibit Hall A this year at Comic-Con.

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Teacher Karen Pate assists math teachers with Common Core materials in Baltimore. As in other states, Maryland teachers are attending trainings to prepare to implement the new standards this fall.

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Crowds lined up around the garden to see the flower, known officially as titan arum.

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Kyle Wallick, a botanist with the U.S. Botanic Garden, stands by a nonblooming corpse flower.

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A crowd surrounds a corpse flower, a giant rain forest plant known for its awful smell, at the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C., on Monday.

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It was a real media event — thousands poured through to get a whiff of the giant plant.

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Edna Bargan waited in line for 45 minutes to see the flower on Monday night. "I just had to be here, despite the long lines," she says.

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Crowds lined up around the Garden to see the corpse flower, known officially as "titan arum."

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Kyle Wallach, a botanist with the U.S. Botanic Garden, stands by a non-blooming corpse flower.

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A crowd surrounds a corpse flower, a giant rainforest plant known for its awful smell, at the U.S. Botanic Garden on Aug. 22.

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The flower was admired and photographed by many, drawing a crowd from morning until night.

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It was a real media event — thousands poured through the Botanic Garden trying to get a whif of the giant plant.

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The color of the corpse flower is meant to mimic the color of rotting flesh and raw meat.

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Edna Bargan, waited in line for 45 minutes to see it on Monday night. "I just had to be here, despite the long lines, she says.

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"It's a very strange evolutionary strategy to invest 10 years to make a flower that only last one or two days," says Alice Chen, a plant biologist who works at a law firm in Washington. She went to see the corpse flower with her daughter Adie.

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Buffett in a pinto bean field on the Arizona farm, where he grew 60,000 pounds of beans for a Tucson food bank in 2012. Another goal of Buffett's research farm is to find better crops for poor subsistence farmers.

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Anderkin walks Ike and Earl, two brown oxen who are part of Buffett's plan to figure out how to better fight hunger.

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Buffett has received many awards for his global work, including one from the United Nations. But recently he has started to focus more on domestic hunger because he says it didn't make sense to ignore what was going on in his own backyard.

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Buffett rides in a tractor to show how crops are planted using GPS technology.

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"Eliminating hunger in America is doable," Buffett says, "because we have the resources to do it."

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At his 1,400-acre research farm in Wilcox, Ariz., Howard Buffett is trying to make drought-prone land more productive, and then figure out how to get that information to struggling farmers in Africa and elsewhere.

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One goal of Buffett's research farm is to find better crops for poor subsistence farmers. He also runs two others similar to this one in Illinois and South Africa.

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Soil content, planting techniques and irrigation methods are just a few aspects of farming being tested in order to make drought-prone land more productive.

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Emily Anderkin, a worker on Buffett's farm, prepares to train oxen to test what farm implements the animals can carry and for how long.

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Anderkin walks Ike and Earl, two brown oxen who are part of Buffett's plan to figure out how to better fight hunger.

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Buffett has received many awards for his global work, including one from the United Nations. But recently he has started to focus more on domestic hunger because he says it didn't make sense to ignore what was going on in his own backyard.

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Buffett rides on John Deere planter to show how crops are planted using GPS technology.

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Buffett has teamed up with Feeding America, a network of U.S. food banks to get farmers to donate an acre of their crop to local food banks.

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"Eliminating hunger in America is doable," Buffett says, "because we have the resources to do it."

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At his 1,400-acre research farm in Wilcox, Az., Howard Buffett is trying to make drought-prone land more productive and then figure out how to get that information to struggling farmers in Africa and elsewhere.

Published on July 23, 2013

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Buffett in a pinto bean field on the Arizona farm, where he grew 60,000 pounds of beans for a Tucson food bank in 2012. Another goal of Buffett's research farm is to find better crops for poor subsistence farmers.

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Soil content, planting techniques and irrigation methods are just a few of the farming practices Buffett's farm is testing to find ways to make land more productive.

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Buffett rides in a John Deere tractor to show how crops are planted using GPS technology.

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Buffett has teamed up with Feeding America, a network of U.S. food banks, to get farmers to donate an acre of their crop to local food banks.

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"The Wolverine"

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Lilly, left, Sammy and Jackson Breuner at Mount Rushmore in 2008.

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Lilly, left, Sammy and Jackson Breuner at Grand Canyon National Park in 2008.

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Army Spc. Anthony R. Maddox

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DI Richard Poole (Ben Miller) gets caught in the rain as Hurricane Irma approaches Saint Marie.

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Army Spc. Anthony R. Maddox

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Ben Miller as DI Richard Poole and Danny John-Jules as Dwayne Myers.

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Hannah Spearitt as Lily, Ben Miller as DI Richard Poole and Sara Martins as Camille Bordey.

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Jamelia Davis as Aimee and Amanda Mealing as Eloise.

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Sara Martins as Camille Bordey, Gary Carr as Fidel Best, Ben Turner as Chris Winchester, Danny John-Jules as Dwayne Myers, Bryan Dick as Benjamin Sammy and Kelly Adams as Liz Curtis.

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Sara Martins as Camille and Cherie Lunghi as Jayne Smythe.

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Evan Kwik, was diagnosed with mental illness when he was 12 years old. This past February, he shot and killed himself after a 10-hour standoff with San Diego Sheriff's Deputies.

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Afghan man with donkey in 2008

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Rowena King as Sister Marguerite and Ben Miller as DI RIchard Poole.

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Sergeant Camille Bordey (Sara Martins) at a local voodoo festival.

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Stephanie Beacham as Nicole, Tom Ward as Harry, Ben Miller as DI RIchard Poole and Sara Martins as Camille.

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Danny John-Jules as Dwayne Myers, Ben Miller as DI Richard Poole, Sara Martins as Sergeant Camille Bordey and Gary Carr as Fidel Best in season two of DEATH IN PARADISE.

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Democratic Assemblymember Chris Holden

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Sharp-Tailed Sandpiper

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Stilt Sandpiper

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Lesser Sand Plover

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Chariot Fire

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The Southwest Airlines Boeing 737 that made an emergency landing at New York's La Guardia airport on Monday after its front landing gear collapsed.

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An Egyptian protester denounces President Obama during a march near Cairo's Tahrir Square on July 7. Egyptian factions that are bitter rivals tend to be united in opposition to the U.S. government, which has been a leading aid donor to Egypt for decades.

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A protester denounces President Obama during a march near Cairo's Tahrir Square on July 7. Bitter rivals in Egypt tend to be united in opposition to the U.S. government, which has been a leading aid donor to the country for decades.

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Rep. John Mica (R-Fla.) with a photo poster at a hearing.

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A chart from Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) explains what qualifies as manufacturing.

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Former Rep. Kendrick Meek (D-Fla.) holds a "rubber stamp" prop created mostly out of paper.

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Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) draws something on the floor of the Senate.

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Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) draws the battle at Gettysburg.

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Rep. John Mica (R-Fla.) with a chart at a hearing.

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A floor chart explaining what qualifies as manufacturing.

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Rep. Mark Pocan (D-Wis.) with a handwritten floor poster.

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A "rubber stamp" prop created out of mostly paper.

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A floor chart lists the "top 10 reasons why young Americans need a change in leadership."

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Sen. Charles Grassley (R-Iowa) with a debt and deficit dragon floor chart.

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Sen. Bill Nelson (D-Fla.) with a floor chart featuring a photo of a snake.

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Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) and a floor chart of a bug.

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Sen. Angus King (I-Maine) draws...something.

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Rep. Alan Lowenthal (D-Calif.) wants to hear from you.

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Sen. Debbie Stabenow (D-Mich.) tallies up the days since the Senate passed a budget.

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Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), with a chart on the budget.

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Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) holding a floor chart without the help of an easel.

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Rep. Frederica Wilson (D-Fla.) always has a floor chart with her on the House floor to help her tally the number of days without passage of a jobs bill.

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Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez recently performed on Univision's Premios Juventud.

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Pitbull and Jennifer Lopez's recently performed at Premios Juventud.

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