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    Mei Xiang's panda cub has first exam

    Mei Xiang gave birth to a healthy panda cub Friday, Aug. 23. Its twin, a stillborn cub, was born the next night. Panda experts say the live cub is robust, fully formed and eating well.

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    March on Washington: Thousands march from MLK Memorial to National Mall (photos)

    Tens of thousands on Saturday commemorated the 50th anniversary of the historic March on Washington by walking from the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial to the National Mall. The event also included moving speeches from the Rev. Al Sharpton, Martin Luther King III and U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder.

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    Blue Moon Pictures!

    Blue Moon pictures from Tuesday, Aug. 21. To read more about the Blue Moon, click here.

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    Meet the olinguito, the world's newest mammal

    The raccoon-sized critter leaps through the trees of mountainous forests of Ecuador and Colombia at night, according to a Smithsonian researcher who has spent the past decade tracking them.

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    Montgomery County Fair 2013: Photos of the Q

    Thousands of people sampled fair food, petted animals and took in the sights at the Montgomery County Fair this weekend. And some lucky fair-goers got their picture taken with ABC7's "Q" and the Queen.

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    Daily Eye Wonder August 2013

    A collection of some beautiful, strange, interesting, and fascinating pictures of weather, environment and space that might let you wonder.

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    Lincoln Memorial vandalism photos

    The Lincoln Memorial was temporarily closed Friday after someone splattered a splash of green paint on the statue. The memorial, one of the most popular sites on the National Mall, is generally open around the clock to visitors.

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    What the "smell" is that? Giant "corpse flower" blooms

    The wait is over and it stinks! The Titan Arum, also known as the "corpse flower" is in full bloom at the U.S. Botanic Garden.
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    PHOTOS: The year the U.S. Capitol Dome turned red

    The U.S. Capitol Dome underwent major repairs and restoration from late 1959 until 1960. Workmen used pneumatic hammers to remove paint from the iron dome which was then sandblasted. A red protective rust inhibiting coating had to be placed on the dome within five hours of paint removal to prevent rusting.

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    Daily Eye Wonder July 2013

    A collection of some beautiful, strange, interesting, and fascinating pictures of weather, environment and space that might let you wonder.

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