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Google's rendering of how pollution-sensor equipped Google Street view cars "see the air."

Published on July 29, 2015

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A Google Street View car equipped with Aclima mobile sensors that can track air pollution in real time.

Published on July 29, 2015

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The Millionaires' Unit is the story of a group of Yale college students from wealthy and privileged families who form a private air militia to learn to fly in preparation for WWI.

Published on July 29, 2015

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The Millionaires' Unit is the story of a group of Yale college students from wealthy and privileged families who form a private air militia to learn to fly in preparation for WWI.

Published on July 29, 2015

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Michel Platini of Fance announced his campaign for FIFA president and is considered a strong candidate.

Published on July 29, 2015

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The lake herring, also called cisco, is similar to herring found in northern Europe used to make a popular caviar.

Published on July 29, 2015

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Lake herring roe at the Dockside Fish Market in Grand Marais, Minn. Some workers at the market call it "Lake Superior Gold."

Published on July 29, 2015

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The Millionaires' Unit is the story of a group of Yale college students from wealthy and privileged families who form a private air militia to learn to fly in preparation for WWI.

Published on July 29, 2015

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SpaceShipTwo is seen just before the craft began to come apart. A new federal report found that last October's accident stemmed from human error.

Published on July 29, 2015

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A photo released by Virgin Galactic shows a badly injured SpaceShipTwo pilot Peter Siebold drifting under his parachute after last October's accident that destroyed the spacecraft during a test flight.

Published on July 29, 2015

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The Millionaires' Unit is the story of a group of Yale college students from wealthy and priviledged families who form a private air militia to learn to fly in preparation for WWI.

Published on July 29, 2015

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Members of the Young Lords were led by police out of a New York City church after ending a sit-in in 1970.

Published on July 29, 2015

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Johanna Fernández, co-curator of a new exhibition about the Young Lords, points to pages of the group's newspaper on display at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.

Published on July 29, 2015

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Published on July 29, 2015

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Dry Martini

Published on July 29, 2015

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Daiquiri

Published on July 29, 2015

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Jerry Thomas authored the first bartenders guide in 1862. His signature drink was the Blue Blazer, a cocktail he'd light on fire and pass back and forth between two glasses to create a blazing arch.

Published on July 29, 2015

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The Bacardi rum factory in Cuba. American engineer Jennings Cox is credited with inventing the daiquiri while working in Cuba in the late 1890s. The story goes that he played around with Bacardi rum to get the perfect flavor, then named the drink after the small town where he worked.

Published on July 29, 2015

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"For 6 persons:" The original daiquiri recipe, as scribbled by Jennings Cox.

Published on July 29, 2015

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An illustration from The Innocents Abroad by Mark Twain, published 1897. Between the 1860s and 1920, when Prohibition went into effect, American bartending came into its own.

Published on July 29, 2015

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