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More than 100 years ago, Golgi staining on nerve cells opened the gates to modern neuroscience. Scientists recently developed the Technicolor version of Golgi staining, Brainbow, allowing more detailed reconstructions of brain circuits. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Science

Somewhere Over The Brainbow: The Journey To Map the Human Brain

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Joy Reynolds of San Diego looks at the newspapers on display at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., on June 29, 2012, following the Supreme Court ruling on President Obama's health care law. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Three Years On, States Still Struggle With Health Care Law Messaging

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Home Depot is hiring 80,000 employees for its spring season. As the housing market picks up, other industry sectors — like gardening, construction and furniture — move upward, too. Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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As Housing Industry Builds Up, Other Sectors Follow

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American actor David Hasselhoff speaks to protesters next to a remnant of the Berlin Wall last week. Thousands of people turned out to oppose a plan to knock down one of the few remaining sections of the wall. A small part was removed Wednesday. Odd Andersen/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Europe

Long After Its Fall, Berlin Wall Is Focus Of New Protests

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A scene outside the Supreme Court on Monday, as the justices announced they would hear another case involving affirmative action in higher education. Many of those waiting in line at the court in a late-season snowfall were hoping to attend oral arguments on gay-marriage cases being heard Tuesday and Wednesday. Jose Luis Magana/AP hide caption

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Same-Sex Marriage And The Supreme Court

Supreme Court To Examine State Ban On Affirmative Action

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Egyptian men and boys pray at a mosque in Assiut, southern Egypt, that serves as the headquarters for Gamaa al-Islamiya, a group that once waged a bloody insurgency, attacking police and Christians in a campaign to create an Islamic state. Now the Islamist group says it's determined to ensure law and order in the area. Nariman El-Mofty/AP hide caption

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Africa

Islamists Say They Are Filling Vacuum Left By Egyptian State

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Marriage equality supporters take part in a march and rally ahead of U.S. Supreme Court arguments on legalizing same-sex marriage in New York on Sunday. Emmanuel Dunand /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Same-Sex Marriage And The Supreme Court

Millennials And Same-Sex Marriage: A Waning Divide

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About half the juvenile offenders released from prison on Rikers Island in New York return within a year, New York City Department of Corrections Commissioner Dora Schriro says. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Goldman Sachs Hopes To Profit By Helping Troubled Teens

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