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Photos for March 28, 2013

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The building is small and difficult to find, but carries the characteristic arches of more elaborate mosques.

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Naeema, Amir Carr's wife, stands in the masjid's archway.

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Amir Carr and imam Muhanna Jamaleddin

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Men praying in the direction of of Mecca, taken from the women's side. The men's and women's prayer areas are separated by a lace curtain.

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Hotelier donations to the city attorney and city councilmembers.

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Sen. Barbara Boxer talks with first graders at Perkins Elementary School in Barrio Logan, Mar. 28, 2013. She was joined by (from left to right) San Diego Mayor Bob Filner, San Diego Unified Board of Education Vice President Kevin Beiser and San Diego Unified Board of Education President John Lee Evans.

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Cherie Cloudt asks History Detectives’ Wes Cowan to research the story behind her basket. She thinks Indian War heroine Toby Riddle wove this basket.

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Charles Burns asks History Detectives host Tukufu Zuberi to find out whether this antique biography of frontiersman Kit Carson has a tangible connection to Kit Carson’s family.

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HISTORY DETECTIVES host Eduardo Pagán helps Gene Newberry find out why singer-songwriter Bob Nolan would say "Tumbling Tumbleweeds," one of the most popular cowboy songs ever, had been both good and bad to him.

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Mike Gutierrez (right) with a guest and a bat used by Mickey Mantle.

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Sang-Mook Lee, a Korean professor and scientist who considers himself lucky despite an accident that rendered him a quadriplegic. Today, he serves as a role model for other quadriplegics in South Korea.

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The arm of Ernest Michel, a survivor of the Auschwitz concentration camp in Poland.

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A refugee from war-torn Uganda featured in "Seeds Of Resiliency."

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A rescued manatee suffering from exposure to an algae bloom called red tide in southwest Florida comes up for air as it swims into a critical care tank at Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo.

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A rehab care team at a manatee hospital holds down a rescued manatee as it is treated for exposure to an algae bloom called red tide

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Aaron Fotheringham, a professional wheelchair motocross athlete living with spinal bifida, holds a Guinness World Record for performing double backflips in his wheelchair. "Seeds Of Resiliency" introduces diverse individuals who have survived tragedies and traumas, and overcome mental and physical challenges, and now use their experiences to affect change and help others. These compelling, uplifting and inspirational portraits attest to the strength of the human spirit and the power of positive thinking and action.

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An undated photo of Gosnell released by the Philadelphia District Attorney's office. Gosnell, who catered to minorities, immigrants and poor women at the Women's Medical Society, was charged with murder in the deaths of a patient and seven babies.

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"Kind Hearted Woman" profiles Robin Charboneau, a 32-year-old divorced single mother and Oglala Sioux woman living on North Dakota’s Spirit Lake Reservation.

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During PBS’ "Kind Hearted Woman" session at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour in Pasadena, Calif. on Tues., Jan. 15, 2013, INDEPENDENT LENS senior producer Lois Vossen, filmmaker David Sutherland, featured subject Robin Charboneau and FRONTLINE deputy executive producer Raney Aronson-Rath and discuss the new film profiling Charboneau’s life. (Premieres Monday-Tuesday, April 1-2, 2013)

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"Kind Hearted Woman" profiles Robin Charboneau (center), a 32-year-old divorced single mother and Oglala Sioux woman living on North Dakota’s Spirit Lake Reservation, as she struggles to raise her children, Anthony (left) and Darian (right).

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Corporate and foundation sponsors pay for judges to attend seminars.

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Army Sgt. Michael C. Cable

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A sea lion pup lounges by the ocean.

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Jessica Raine as Jenny Lee and George Rainsford as Jimmy.

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Helen George as Trixie Franklin, Jessica Raine as Jenny Lee, Dorothy Atkinson as Jane and Bryony Hannah as Cynthia Miller.

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Leo Starr as Alec, George Rainsford as Jimmy, Helen George as Trixie Franklin and Jessica Raine as Jenny Lee.

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Jessica Raine as Jenny Lee, Miranda Hart as Chummy Noakes and Helen George as Trixie Franklin in CALL THE MIDWIFE.

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Cute it may be. But will it convince you to get a colonoscopy?

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Nick Hendrix as Bob Lacey and Louise Dylan as Trudie.

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Pam Ferris as Sister Evangelina and Cliff Parisi as Fred.

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Bryony Hannah as Cynthia Miller and Nicola Sloane as Annie Lacey.

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Cliff Parisi as Fred, Helen George as Trixie Franklin, Jessica Raine as Jenny Lee, Bryony Hannah as Cynthia Miller and Dororthy Atkinson as Jane in CALL THE MIDWIFE.

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This well of magma chambered deep within the Earth's mantle beneath the Pacific Ocean is 100 miles deep and 100 miles wide.

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Indie-rock band Foxygen plays Soda Bar Saturday, March 31.

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You call it salad. The bacteria call it home.

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The official portrait of retirement has changed, and it didn't change to this.

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Houses sit near the edge of a landslide on Whidbey Island on Wednesday.

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Powerball winner Pedro Quezada holds up a promotional check featuring his $338 million jackpot. He owes $29,000 in back child support payments, according to New Jersey law enforcement authorities.

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Dec. 18, 2012: Crime scene tape stretches across the property outside the home of Adam Lanza and his mother, Nancy Lanza. Inside, police found more weapons and other evidence.

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A worker hooks up pipe during natural gas drilling by EnerVest on the Barnett Shale near Fort Worth, Texas, in 2012.

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The Dow Chemical Co. is expanding operations in Freeport, Texas, employing hundreds of workers.

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Nick Wiseman, partner at DGS Delicatessen, inspects the kitchen as an employee prepares pastrami sandwiches for lunch.

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Barry Koslow, chef of DGS Delicatessen, demonstrates the proper technique for rolling a matzo ball. He has updated the traditional Passover meal with ingredients such as bone marrow.

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Just before lunchtime, people line up outside DGS Delicatessen on Connecticut Avenue in D.C.'s Dupont Circle. It's been open for just four months, and some customers say the nation's capital was overdue for a Jewish delicatessen.

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Koslow shows

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A selection of DGS' pickled offerings, including carrots, mushrooms and egg. DGS makes all of its pickled and smoked offerings in-house.

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DGS' signature pastrami sandwiches and pickles.

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Koslow grabs ingredients from the walk-in refrigerator that houses all of the deli's pickled vegetables and smoked meat. "We'll pickle anything," he says.

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The finished matzo ball soup is a centerpiece of DGS' Passover meal.

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Nick Wiseman, co-owner of DSG Delicatessen, inspects the kitchen as an employee prepares pastrami sandwiches for lunch.

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Barry Koslow, chef of DSG deli, demonstrates the proper technique for rolling a matzo ball. He has updated the traditional Passover meal with ingredients such as boiled bone marrow.

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Just before lunchtime people line up outside DGS Delicatessen on Connecticut Avenue in D.C's Dupont Circle. While Deli has been open for just four months, some customers say the nation's capital is overdue for a Jewish delicatessen.

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Barry Koslow worked as a chef cooking other cuisines before turning his talents to his cultural roots.

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Barry Koslow shows Morning Edition host David Greene how to boil the rolled matzo balls. Koslow says he's rolled out hundreds of the starchy orbs each day during Passover.

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A selection of DGS's pickled offerings, including carrots, mushrooms and egg. DGS makes all of their pickled and smoked offerings in-house.

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"There's this whole movement of people wanting to make everything from scratch," Koslow says. Restaurant workers prepare their own mustard by the gallon. A batch this size is about enough to last through the weekend crowds.

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DSG's signature pastrami sandwiches and pickles.

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The kitchen and front seating at DGS during lunch.

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An earlier generation of deli owners, and relatives of the DGS partners, keeps watch over a to-go bag at the restaurant's walk-up counter.

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Barry Koslow, grabs ingredients from the walk-in refrigerator that houses all their pickled vegetables and smoked meat. "We'll pickle anything," he says.

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The finished matzo ball soup is a centerpiece of DGS's Passover meal.

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Head coach Rick Pitino of the Louisville Cardinals is adamant about recording his team's deflections. It seems to be paying off: The Cardinals have been doing well during the NCAA tournament.

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