New Hampshire voters headed to the polls Tuesday to choose nominees for governor, U.S. Senate and the U.S. House of Representatives. Check out our live blog below for updates from the polls and from campaign headquarters as results rolled in.

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At thirteen miles in length, New Hampshire has the shortest coastline of any US state (excluding those with no coast at all). But what it lacks in distance, it makes up for in vibrancy. As part of our series Life on the Seacoast, I traveled the full length of NH's coast, along Highway Route 1, stopping each mile to document the happenings and the habitats on the way.

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For some, it's a chance to show off an army of supporters and pay homage to a long-running New Hampshire political tradition. For others, it's a chance to formalize their run for the presidency — however far-fetched their candidacy may be.

Viral Images: Duping The Internet Masses

Feb 25, 2014

Niagara Falls, 1911. Completely frozen over with a group of people standing where they would otherwise be sucked into the rushing waterfall. Incredible? Absolutely! Totally truthful? Not exactly.

George Oates, Nathan Fixler & Chris Griffith via Flickr Creative Commons

Today on Word of Mouth, we delve into the consequences of solitary confinement. Then a trip to the Internet reveals that cyberspace is chock full of fakes and fails; Photoshopped images can quickly become viral and shared as authentic. But history is full of giant hoaxes, too, as we learn from Nate Dimeo of the Memory Palace Podcast.  Then we hear about The Encyclopedia of Ethical Failure,  which isn’t one of those Darwin Awards-style coffee table books. It’s a real government document that catalogs bribery, graft, and other infractions in the Department of Defense. Finally, NHPR's Sean Hurley visited the Jackson biathlon range - the only dedicated course in New Hampshire - to find out more about this unusual sport.

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Courtesy Pam Brooks Crowley

While looking for a photo to illustrate a Word of Mouth story on the history of skiing in N.H., I happened upon this gem on Flickr. The photo is of photographer Pam Brooks Crowley's father and his cross country teammates taken in Lisbon, New Hampshire in 1936. 

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After an autumn hiatus, Granite Seen, our photo blog, is back! Here are some of the recent weeks' best photos from NHPR's newsroom.

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Sara Plourde / NHPR

Liz Faiella

Sean Hurley

Logan Shannon / NHPR

Cheryl Senter

Photos: Week Of July 26

Jul 26, 2013
Emily Corwin / NHPR

Photos: Week Of July 12

Jul 12, 2013
Emily Corwin / NHPR

Photos: Week Of July 5

Jul 5, 2013
Todd Bookman / NHPR

Photos: Week Of June 28

Jun 28, 2013
Michael Samuels

Photos: Week Of June 7

Jun 7, 2013
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Photos: Week Of May 10

May 10, 2013
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Photos: Week Of May 3

May 3, 2013
NHPR / Michael Brindley

Sara Plourde / NHPR

NHPR / Michael Brindley

Photos: Week of April 12

Apr 12, 2013
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Todd Bookman / NHPR

Sean Hurley, NHPR

Logan Shannon / NHPR

Emily Corwin / NHPR

Josh Rogers / NHPR

Sean Hurley for NHPR

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