After Storm, Some Northeasterners Still In The Dark

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Gay Service Members Challenge DOMA

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Wall Street Protesters Turn Boston Park Into A Village

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Across The Nation, 'Wall Street' Protests Continue

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Boston Mob Victims' Families Press On In Court Fight

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Friendly's — the iconic family ice-cream parlor — has filed for bankruptcy protection.

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Is Nostalgia Enough To Save Friendly's?

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Parents Fight Over Pledging Allegiance In Schools

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Carie Lemack lost her mother, Judy Larocque, in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Ten years later, Lemack is on a first-name basis with Sen. John Kerry as part of her mission to raise awareness so that another Sept. 11 doesn't happen. The Washington Post/Getty Images hide caption

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Daughter Channels Sept. 11 Grief Into Film, Activism

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A TSA employee being trained in behavioral pattern recognition watches passengers in line at Boston's Logan International Airport in 2010. This week, Logan will become the first U.S. airport to require every passenger to go through behavioral profiling. Josh Reynolds/AP hide caption

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Next In Line For The TSA? A Thorough 'Chat-Down'

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Sean Mullin, CEO of BI2 Technologies, scans his own eye with the MORIS, or Mobile Offender Recognition and Information System. The device attaches to an iPhone and allows police in the field to scan a person's iris, face or fingerprint and then check it against a database to verify his or her identity. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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New Police Scanner Raises 'Facial Profiling' Concerns

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As part of her exercise routine, Curtis starts most mornings walking a gaggle of neighborhood toddlers to their day care. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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One Woman's Struggle To Shed Weight, And Shame

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Gay Marriage Opponents Line Up Legal Challenges

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Summer Heat Puts Stress On New England Power Grid

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Since gay marriages aren't recognized by the federal government, gay divorce can be a legal mess. Fiona Shields/Flickr hide caption

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Gay Divorce A Higher Hurdle Than Marriage

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Brianna Henderson and her brother Ian Henderson play on the Make Way for Ducklings statues in Boston. The bronze figures by sculptor Nancy Schon were installed in Boston's Public Garden in 1987. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Mrs. Mallard Celebrates 70 Years Of Safer Streets

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