Landlocked Mongolia believes China's becoming too close
Unurbileg, a Mongolian herder, holds one of her daughters, Bujinlkham, 2, inside the family's yurt in grasslands near the Tuul River in central Mongolia on July 13, 2015. Her husband, Duuree, sleeps in the background after a long day of watching and herding the family's sheep, horses and other animals. Unurbileg -- who like many Mongolians only uses one name -- says her family is doing well, evidenced by the satellite dish and new Toyota SUV they have outside their yurt. But she worries about the future. A single cold winter could wipe out the family's wealth, their livestock. (Stuart Leavenworth/McClatchy DC/TNS)
Military dogs serve with honor but don’t get retiree health care
Cody Crangle, 23, plays with his retired Marine service dog, Flo, 8, on his porch in Milwaukee. Crangle adopted Flo after both served in Afhanistan. One day in a park, Flo started limping, and a veterinarian said Flo had torn her ACL. (Katie Klann/Milwaukee Journal Sentinel/TNS)
Clearing lakes of invasive weeds becoming a class issue, with benefits for all
Life's A Beach Shoreline Services owner Josh Leddy, center, pulls a heavy pile of lake weeds from the Lake Minnetonka shoreline. (Glen Stubbe/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)
Every one a winner in soap box derby for disabled kids
Racers leave the starting line and head down the track after the start of their heat during the National Super Kids Classic at the 78th FirstEnergy All-American Soap Box Derby at Derby Downs on Friday, July 24, 2015, in Akron, Ohio. The Classic is a Soap Box Derby race for physically and mentally challenged children from around the world. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal/TNS)
Geeks on demand: Bringing tech support to your front door
Eden repair technician Ronen Sberlo, left, helps Bill Bastik, 80, and his wife Sarah Bastik, 78, with a problem on their home computer on July 16, 2015 in San Francisco, Calif. Eden is a new on-demand tech repair service that makes house calls. (John Green/Bay Area News Group)
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