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Kate Haynes (left) and Samantha Jensen watch the stock tickers and debate what to select for their investments while participating in Junior Achievement's Finance Park program in Fairfax County, Va. Erin Schwartz/NPR hide caption

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Money Counts: Young Adults And Financial Literacy

From Monkey Bars To The Money Playground

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Protesters ride their bikes and hold flags reading "Nuclear power? No thanks" during a demonstration at the nuclear power plant of Biblis in Germany on April 25. Germany canceled plans to build new plants in the aftermath of the nuclear disaster in Japan. Thomas Lohnes/AP hide caption

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Energy

Nuclear Nations Turn To Natural Gas And Renewables

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A patient participates in a brain-computer interface study. By placing an array of sensors directly on the brain and connecting them to a computer, researchers are able to decode brain signals into meaningful information, including some words. American Museum of Natural History Science Bulletins hide caption

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Research News

Mind Reading: Tech Turns Thought Into Action

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A photo taken on Aug. 22, 2010, and released by the International Iran Photo Agency shows a worker standing at the entrance of the reactor of Bushehr nuclear power plant, outside the southern city of Bushehr, Iran. Work was stopped on the reactor to ascertain whether it had been affected by the Stuxnet computer virus — apparently developed in Israel with the help of the CIA. Ebrahim Norouzi/AP hide caption

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Middle East

Inside The United States' Secret Sabotage Of Iran

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Alfredo Navas holds a photo collage of his mother at his Miami home. The Navas family sued Isabel Lopez's company, saying that negligence led to Aurora Navas's death. The suit was settled for an undisclosed amount. Kenny Malone/WLRN hide caption

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Around the Nation

Questionable Deaths From Assisted Care WLRN

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In an earlier wreathlaying, New York City firefighters mark the fourth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks. Thursday, President Obama will place a tribute at the site. Henny Ray Abrams/AP hide caption

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Osama Bin Laden Killed

After Bin Laden's Death, Obama Visits Ground Zero

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