This May 24, 1961, photo provided by the Mississippi Department of Archives and History shows the booking photos of civil rights activist James Farmer, who was arrested — along with many others — during the Freedom Rides. AP hide caption

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A Freedom Ride Organizer On Nonviolent Resistance

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Get On The Bus: 50 Years Of 'Freedom Rides'

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Your Smartphone Is Tracking You, But Don't Worry

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Marine's Suicide Renews Focus On Military Families

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Congresswoman Talks Politics And Parenting

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'Child Of Chernobyl' Reflects On Disaster

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Kristi Yamaguchi: Olympic Medalist, Fitness Guru And Mom

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Expert 'Coupon Diva' Shares Tricks Of The Trade

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Sierra Leone Marks 50 Years Of Independence

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Journalist Reflects On Covering Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster

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A Survivor Reflects On Chernobyl Disaster, 25 Years Later

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Iran Wary As Regional Unrest Spreads

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A brain tumor is highlighted in blue on this MRI taken of the human brain. There were 43,800 new cases of brain tumors in the United States in 2005. National Cancer Institute hide caption

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An Oncologist's Pulitzer-Winning Cancer Biography

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The long-term effects of parenting aren't proven, says author Bryan Caplan, seen here with his family. Emily Korff/Veralana Photography hide caption

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'Selfish Reasons' For Parents To Enjoy Having Kids

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Steven Wells and his daughter, Jennifer, spoke about her childhood at StoryCorps in Macon, Ga., where they have been living since 1996. StoryCorps hide caption

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A Father And His Daughter: 'Always My Buddy'

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