The Man Who Would Own All The World's 'Speed' — But Only On VHS

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In Answer To Palestinian Unity, Israelis Step Away From Peace Talks

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New Browser Plug-in Would Literally Annihilate This Headline

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The Wonders Of The Year 2014, As Told By Isaac Asimov

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Long before he was president, Lyndon Johnson taught in Cotulla, Texas. He is pictured here with students in 1928. Courtesy of LBJ Library hide caption

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LBJ Carried Poor Texas Town With Him In Civil Rights Fight

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Letters: Musical Repetition And Keeping 'The' Away From Ukraine

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This nighttime NASA satellite image from 2012 shows lights from drilling sites and natural gas flaring along the Eagle Ford Shale. NASA hide caption

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Drilling Frenzy Fuels Sudden Growth In Small Texas Town

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Three Little Letters That, When Strung Together, Insult A Nation

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In NCAA Finals, Two Recent Champions On Unlikely Rides

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Bob Butler (left) and Bob Gordon work on a memorial Thursday at Central Christian Church in Killeen, Texas, for the victims of the Fort Hood shooting. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Another Tragedy For A City All Too Familiar With Extreme Gun Violence

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On Base And In Town, Shooting Summons A Dread All Too Familiar

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Students participate in orchestra practice at Dr. John Folks Middle School in suburban San Antonio. The school is brand new and was built with explosive growth in mind — the student population is expected to double to 1,200 within five years. Melissa Block/NPR hide caption

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As Texas Gets More Diverse, Educators Grab The Bull By The Horns

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Soldiers participate in physical therapy while using a prosthetic brace called the Intrepid Dynamic Exoskeletal Orthosis (IDEO), which allows them to use and strengthen severely injured legs. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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Orthotic Brace Takes Soldiers From Limping To Leaping

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Tell Your Bestie: The OED Has New Words

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