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Pastor Mary Lu Saddoris (left) prays with Isaac Pacheo (center) and Courtney McGregor near a photo of their friend Alex Sullivan on Saturday at a memorial near the movie theater in Aurora, Colo. Ted S. Warren/AP hide caption

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The Aurora Theater Shootings

Residents Struggle With Tragedy's 'Stain' On AuroraCPR

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The German-language Wikipedia is the second-largest edition of the online encyclopedia after English. Wikipedia is currently available in more than 285 languages. Michael Gottschalk/AP/DAPD hide caption

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All Tech Considered

As Wikipedia Gets Pickier, Editors Become Harder To Find

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Oil field workers drill into the Gypsum Hills near Medicine Lodge, Kan. Hydraulic fracturing, or "fracking," to coax out oil and gas has led to a natural gas boom, but some remain concerned of the potential environmental impact. Orlin Wagner/AP hide caption

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Environment

From Coal To Gas: The Potential Risks And Rewards

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Equipment for transporting and housing coal sits idle in Cowen, W.Va. Since the natural gas boom, several mines in Webster County have either slowed or shut down operation, laying off hundreds of workers. Guy Raz/NPR hide caption

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Energy

Miners Weather The Slow Burn Of Coal's Demise

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Will these Green Bay fans be cheering as much as they did during the 2011 Super Bowl when their beloved Packer games are interrupted by local political ads this fall? Matt Ludtke/Getty Images hide caption

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It's All Politics

Between Touchdowns And Triple Jumps, Politicians Are Popping Up On Sports TV

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Jewish settlers in the West Bank throw stones during clashes with Palestinians near the city of Nablus on May 19. A new report says violence by settlers directed at West Bank Palestinians is up sharply over the past three years. Jaafar Ashtiyeh/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Middle East

Report: Violence Against West Bank Palestinians Is Up

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