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A scene from the upcoming animated series based on the popular game Angry Birds. The show will be distributed to existing users of the digital game. Rovio hide caption

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Angry Birds TV, Coming To A Mobile Screen Near You

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Mississippi State's Stan Brinker (53) and Loyola's Jerry Harkness (15) shake hands before the NCAA Mideast regional semifinal college basketball game in East Lansing, Mich., on March 15, 1963. The game was a landmark contest between the schools that helped alter race relations on the basketball court. Loyola University Chicago/AP hide caption

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Game Of Change: Pivotal Matchup Helped End Segregated Hoops

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A 'Good Enough' Dad And His Special Son

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This photo from a Kyodo News helicopter shows a flame of natural gas from a Japanese deep-sea drilling ship on Tuesday. This successful extraction of methane from the seafloor was a world first. Kyodo/Landov hide caption

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The bucardo, or Pyrenean ibex, lived high in the Pyrenees until its extinction in 2000. Three years later, researchers attempted to clone Celia, the last bucardo. The clone died minutes after birth. Taxidermic specimen, Regional Government of Aragon, Spain Robb Kendrick/National Geographic hide caption

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It's Called 'De-Extinction' — It's Like 'Jurassic Park,' Except It's Real

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Japanese women drink green tea during an outdoor tea ceremony in Kobe, Japan. Making the brew a daily habit may be protective against stroke. Buddhika Weerasinghe/Getty Images hide caption

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A Daily Habit Of Green Tea Or Coffee Cuts Stroke Risk

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