Police climb the stairs in a building on the north side of Marseille, southern France, as part of an operation in January against drug dealing and gun proliferation. Gerard Julien/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Poverty, Segregation Fuel Marseille Crime Wave
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Mount Sinai Medical student Demetri Blanas wants to specialize in family medicine. It is a new specialty offered by his medical school. Jenny Gold/Kaiser Health News hide caption

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The Next Frontier For Elite Med Schools: Primary Care
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The cooperative garment factory in Roosevelt, N.J. Russell Lee/Courtesy of the Library of Congress hide caption

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'New Deal' Town Turns 75, Utopian Ideals Long Gone
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Charlotte, Vt., has a new, old-school strategy to keep cemetery grass cut: Let animals do the work. Kirk Carapezza/Vermont Public Radio hide caption

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Vt. Town Hires Livestock To Save Money, Go Green
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Mission specialist Stan Love's playlist for space includes David Bowie's "Space Oddity," XTC's "Another Satellite" and Shonen Knife's "Riding on the Rocket." Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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Scrolling Spaceways With Steely Dan And Shonen Knife
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Entomologists Alma Solis and Jason Hall specialize in moths and butterflies, respectively. Marty Ittner/Friends of Sligo Creek hide caption

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Rare Specimens: An Unusual Match-Up In Entomology
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