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Here's How Young Farmers Looking For Land Are Getting Creative

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Timothy Webb and other advocates protest the cost of HIV drugs manufactured by the pharmaceutical company Gilead outside an AIDS conference in Atlanta in March. Gilead is making a new hepatitis C drug, Sovaldi. John Amis/AP Images for AIDS Healthcare Foundation hide caption

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$1,000 Pill For Hepatitis C Spurs Debate Over Drug Prices

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To Save The Black Rhino, Hunting Club Bids On Killing One

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On The Trail Of A Mountain Lion, Hunters Hope To Help

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Supporters for gun rights gather outside the National Shooting Sports Foundation headquarters in Newtown, Conn., on March 28. Jessica Hill/AP hide caption

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Gun Control Lobby Takes Note Of Opposition's Success

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High school students from Lancaster, Calif., held yard sales and bake sales to raise money to build a new house for Iraq War veteran Jerrell Hancock, center. Unlike Hancock's current mobile home, the new house will be wheelchair-accessible. Courtesy of Jamie Goodreau hide caption

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For An Injured Vet, A True Homecoming On The Horizon

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A low, wet fog swirled across the field at Candlestick Park in San Francisco as the Giants opened a three-game series against the Cincinnati Reds on Aug. 31, 1962. AP hide caption

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So Long, Candlestick Park, And Thanks For All The Fog

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Pinball convention-goers play on a bank of Stern machines at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in January. The company is no longer the only pinball manufacturer. Julie Jacobson/AP Photo hide caption

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In The World Of Pinball, An Underdog Takes On The Giant

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Retired farmer Joe Govert looks at a parcel of family land near Tribune, Kan. It has been enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program. Charlie Riedel/AP hide caption

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Grasslands Get Squeezed As Another 1.6 Million Acres Go Into Crops

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The Texas Camel Corps guides camel treks through the Big Bend region of Texas, where such animals once served American settlers in the late 1800s. Wade Goodwyn/NPR hide caption

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Camels Trek In The Texas Desert, Just Like Old Times

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Atlas, a humanoid robot, is competing against 16 other robots in a Pentagon-sponsored contest this weekend. Greg Allen/NPR hide caption

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Robot 'Olympics' Test Machines On Human Skills

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A lettuce thinner created by an agricultural tech startup uses cameras and sensors to thin lettuce rows. Salinas, Calif., has hired a venture capital fund to help it attract other high-tech agricultural companies to the area. Courtesy of Foothill Packing Inc. hide caption

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A City Turns To Lettuce Fields To Grow High-Tech Startups

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Ryan Begin treats his PTSD by smoking a joint in his home in Belfast, Maine. Scott Alexander Ruderman for NPR hide caption

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A Vet Finds PTSD Relief With Pot, Though The Law Creates Hurdles

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Alina, Valerie, Joe and Vicki Darger live in a polygamous relationship and have 25 children. Laurentiu Garofeanu/Barcroft Media /Landov hide caption

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Judge Softens Utah's Anti-Polygamy Law To Mixed Reactions

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Partiers celebrate marijuana legalization in Washington state at a pot party in Seattle earlier this month. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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A Majority In U.S. Favor Legal Pot, But Will That Stick?

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