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Drones can provide information about temperature, humidity and pressure that current radar systems can't provide. Above, the Talos drone, which has a 15.5-foot wingspan. Jamey Jacob/Oklahoma State University hide caption

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Tornado Tech: How Drones Can Help With Twister ScienceKOSU-FM

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The sun sets over the Manhattan skyline on Aug. 14, 2003. A major power outage doused the lights on more than 50 million people across the Northeastern U.S. and part of Canada. Robert Giroux/Getty Images hide caption

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Energy

10 Years After The Blackout, How Has The Power Grid Changed?

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Viola Liuzzo carries her shoes while walking with other civil rights activist before she was shot and killed in Alabama. Liuzzo-Prado says her mother walked barefoot whenever she could. "She just hated shoes." When her body was removed from the car she was shot in, she was barefoot. Courtesy of the Liuzzo family hide caption

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Code Switch

Killed For Taking Part In 'Everybody's Fight'

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A screenshot from the FreedomWorks website, which is urging citizens opposed to the Affordable Care Act to opt out of the law's requirement to have insurance. It asks Americans to symbolically "burn your Obamacare card." In reality, no such card will exist. FreedomWorks hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Obamacare Foes Make Final Push To Stop Health Law's Implementation

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Senate Finance Committee Chairman Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., (center) and House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Rep. Dave Camp, R-Mich., (right) speak about overhauling the tax code at the 3M Innovation Center in Maplewood, Minn., on July 8. Hannah Foslien/AP hide caption

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It's All Politics

On The Road With Max And Dave: A Tax Overhaul Tour

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A newspaper clipping from The Cincinnati Herald on Sept. 14, 1963, included a picture of Jack Hansan and other members of the Cincinnati delegation. Courtesy of Jack Hansan hide caption

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Collection: The Race Card Project

To Join '63 March On Washington: 'Like Climbing A Mountain'

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