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China Creating 'Graffiti Zones' on Great Wall
China is trying to keep visitors from scratching permanent messages on the Great Wall by inviting them to write messages in ink.
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Internet Is Driving Prostitution Off Streets
A sweeping study on the sex industry in America shows that many prostitutes are leaving the streets behind to ply their trade on the Internet.
Pyramid Home Makes for Dramatic Entrance
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This Connecticut home is filled with unusual shapes, such as its pyramid-shaped entrance, and includes plans to add space for kids.
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