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  1. When an engine ripped off a DC-10 at O’Hare it killed 273 people, and changed air travel forever

    With its left engine missing, American Airlines Flight 191 goes into a steep roll, then crashes in a burst of flames less than a mile away from the runway in 1979. These photos were taken by Michael Laughlin, 24, a student pilot who was on a layover in the O'Hare terminal when he witnessed the tragedy. (Michael Laughlin/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
  2. Minnesota Muslims shift toward eco-friendly practices during Ramadan

    Emaan Soliman sets up the Iftar dinner at Club ICM. They encourage all those bringing food to the potluck Iftar dinners to bring reusable and washable containers. (Leila Navidi/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)
  3. She got into college with extra help — without cheating — and extraordinary effort

    Emma Taylor, 25, a special education teacher who has battled a learning disability since she was old enough to turn over on the changing table, is photographed inside her classroom in Sherman Oaks, Calif. Taylor teaches students in second to fourth grade. (Mel Melcon/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
  4. John Myers: Warbler walks open eyes to nature around us

    Yellow-rumped warblers, like this one spotted a week ago south of Duluth, are passing through the Twin Ports. (Steve Kuchera/Duluth News Tribune/TNS)
  5. At Philadelphia’s Art Museum, cancer survivors find peace through yoga

    Breast cancer survivor Marisa Gefen, center, strikes a yoga pose with thousands of other participants in the Living Beyond Breast Cancer's Reach & Raise massive yoga event on the Philadelphia Art Museum's steps on Sunday, May 19, 2019. (Michael Bryant/Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)

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