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Tony Avent’s lifelong mission to shake up the American garden.
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Keepsakes worth keeping: Five families on the artifacts they rescued

A desk with a mysterious drawer, a map with a grisly purpose, a ring handed down for generations and then divided: These are their stories.

Hundreds of people have filed to run for president in 2020. Meet a few of them.

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Why officials from Colorado to Texas to D.C. are trying to protect lemonade stands

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The American Museum of Natural History’s Lauri Halderman on teaching visitors the impacts of a changing environment.
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