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An Xbox 360 video presentation at the E3 Media and Business Summit in Los Angeles in 2008. Microsoft is scheduled to introduce its newest Xbox on Tuesday. Ric Francis/AP hide caption

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All Tech Considered

With New Xbox, Microsoft Makes A Bigger Play For Living Room

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The iconic Industrial Trust Tower, knows as the "Superman building," stands in downtown Providence, R.I. The art deco-style skyscraper, the tallest in the state, lost its last tenant when the bank's lease expired in April. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Around the Nation

Boom Or Bust? Saving Rhode Island's 'Superman' Building

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Amy Goyer moved back to Phoenix to look after her father, Robert, when he began to show signs of Alzheimer's. He is just one of 5 million Americans living with the disease. Sarah Brodzinski hide caption

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Mental Health

Alzheimer's Cases Rise, But Hope Remains

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Students fill out applications during a job fair at the University of Illinois Springfield in February. Fed up with working for free, some interns are suing their employers. Seth Perlman/AP hide caption

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Business

Internships: Low-Paid, Unpaid Or Just Plain Illegal?

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A scientist removes the nucleus from a human egg using a pipette. This is the first step to making personalized embryonic stem cells. Courtesy of OHSU Photos hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Scientists Clone Human Embryos To Make Stem Cells

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Abimael Martinez, who was deported from Riverside, Calif., sits next to the hole he dug to live in beneath the banks of Tijuana's fetid river canal. Amy Isackson for NPR hide caption

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World

Living On The Border, Driven — Literally — Underground

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Members of the Plymouth County Beekeepers Association in Plympton, Mass., watch an instructor demonstrate how to "install" their new bees once they get them home. Katherine Perry for NPR hide caption

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For Year-Round Buzz, Beekeepers 'Fast-Forward Darwinism'

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