SolarCity has received financing from Bank of America Merrill Lynch to install solar electricity systems on houses on military bases, like one here at Soaring Heights Communities at Davis Monthan Air Force Base outside Tucson, Ariz. Lend Lease hide caption

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Big Solar Project Moves Forward Without Uncle Sam

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Sophomore Emily Nugent is among Berea College's 1,600 students who receive free tuition. On average, Berea's students come from families with household incomes of about $25,000. Noah Adams/NPR hide caption

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Hard Times Inspire Ky. College Students To Action

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Dr. Alex Dromerick co-directs the Brain Research Center at the National Rehabilitation Hospital. Here he observes Stephen Jones, a policeman who was involved in a motorcycle accident. Becky Lettenberger/NPR hide caption

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Military's Brain-Testing Program A Debacle

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Republican presidential candidate Rep. Ron Paul of Texas is surrounded by supporters after speaking at a town hall meeting in Keene, N.H., on Monday. Cheryl Senter/AP hide caption

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New Hampshire Takes Another Look At Ron Paul

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The compact car-sized Mars Science Laboratory is due to land on the red planet on Aug. 6, 2012. It is equipped with a suite of instruments to study rocks and soils, and take other measurements. NASA/JPL-Caltech hide caption

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New Roving Science Lab Charts A Course For Mars

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This weekend, the words and music of the English-language Mass will be different. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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New Catholic Mass Already Causing A Stir

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How Private Is Your Email? It Depends

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When families get together for Thanksgiving, spirited discussions can sometimes break out at the table. Vanda Grigorovic/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Asking For Quiet: How To Defuse Thanksgiving Spats

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Robert Johnson And Pablo Casals' Game-Changers Turn 75

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Chris Kimball uses "secret" ingredients to make his Thanksgiving dishes special, including herb roasted turkey, green beans, corn-flake stuffing and multigrain rolls. And for dessert, he made a spiced pumpkin cheesecake. Becky Lettenberger/NPR hide caption

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Thanksgiving Secrets: Cook's Tips From Chris Kimball

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Newt Gingrich is shown teaching a class at West Georgia College (now known as the University of West Georgia) in the 1970s. As a politician, he has long stressed his background as a scholar. Courtesy of Gingrich Productions hide caption

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In Gingrich's Past, A Lesson On Ambition

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Santorum: Early Political Work Influences Him Still

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Young, Gay And Homeless: Fighting For Resources

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A fire burns in a scale model of a living room in the ATF's Fire Research Lab in Beltsville, Maryland. Until the development of the FRL, there were no fire measurement facilities in the U.S., or anywhere, dedicated to the specific needs of the fire investigation community. Courtesy of the ATF hide caption

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Arson Forensics Sets Old Fire Myths Ablaze

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Interim Penn State football coach Tom Bradley, shown here at a Nov. 12 game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers, is now focused on Saturday's game against Ohio State. Justin K. Aller/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Football Remain King At Penn State?

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