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Photos for May 27, 2013

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The National Mall in Washington, D.C.

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Vet at WWII Memorial.

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World War II Memorial, Washington D.C.

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Jim Fudge, Navy veteran on Honor Flight, meets appreciative crowds at Lindbergh Field.

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After the bombings at the Boston Marathon, Madra Dog was dressed in a Boston shirt.

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People often stop in front of Janet Mika's home.

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For Memorial Day, Madra Dog is decorated in camouflage and American flags.

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Janet Mika is the woman behind the costumed dog statue on Madra Avenue.

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On June 5, 1944, Jake McNiece (right) led a group of paratroopers in World War II. After he shaved his head and painted his face before dropping behind German lines for D-Day, the look caught on with his men.

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McNiece received four Bronze Stars, two Arrowhead Bronzes and was appointed a Knight of the French Legion of Honor.

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U.S. Army Sgt. Michael Johnson trains at Bagram Air Field for the Memorial Day Murphy, a CrossFit workout honoring a Navy SEAL killed in Afghanistan in 2005.

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A man views merchandise at an American Apparel store on the Third Street Promenade in Santa Monica, Calif., on April 24, 2012. Each year, the company makes more than 40 million articles of clothing out of their L.A.-area factory.

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Evidence is growing that bariatic surgery reduces health risks of obesity.

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Hostess Twinkies are offered for sale in Chicago, part of the last shipment of Hostess products the company made in 2012.

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Pat Chambers recently went back to work at the Hostess bakery in Emporia, Kan.

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Hostess went bankrupt last year, but you can still buy a Twinkie in Kansas City if you just know where to look. Food truck owner Michael Bradbury bought 10,000 Twinkies when Hostess went under and sells them deep fried and drizzled with chocolate.

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