Veterinarian Diane Febles (left) and her assistant, Tracey McKnight, of Veterinary Equine Dentistry work on a horse in Henry County, Ga. The silver speculum keeps the horse's mouth open and prevents the animal from biting Febles' fingers. Joanne Silberner/NPR hide caption

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A Dentist Who Goes Straight To The Horse's Mouth

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Muslim scholar Tariq Ramadan, pictured here at a conference in France on April 25, is now able to enter the U.S. He tells NPR that when he speaks in the U.S., he's too much of a Muslim and when he speaks in the Muslim world, he's too much of a Westerner. Jean Sebastien Evrard/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Formerly Banned Muslim Scholar Tours U.S.

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The Destinies Of Two Men Who Share One Name

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Scientists Capture Elusive Giant Palouse Earthworm

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Some evidence from wild chimpanzee communities in Guinea suggests that when young chimps die, mothers continue to carry and groom them for some time. These two chimps live in captivity. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Chimps May Mourn Lost Ones, Study Suggests

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Wall Street Still Bullish On Massey Despite Mine Blast

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Seniors Trust Social Security But Not Government

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How L.A. Archdiocese Mishandled A Pedophile Priest

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How Was The West Won? With Hospitality

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David Russell's latest album explores the guitar sounds of Latin America. M. Riveiro hide caption

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The Restless Guitar Of David Russell

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There May Be A Tax Upside To Dying In 2010

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Nat King Cole at the piano in 1951, the year "Too Young" was a huge hit. Hulton Archive / Getty Images hide caption

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Nat King Cole: An Incandescent Voice

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Ballot Initiatives, Recalls: Tools For Irate Calif. Voters

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Actor Michael J. Fox has written a new book aimed at graduates called A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Future. Bryan Adams hide caption

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A Lesson In Life From Michael J. Fox

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Paul Rhymer, the last Smithsonian taxidermist, just retired after 25 years in the job his father and grandfather once held. hide caption

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Smithsonian Taxidermist: A Dying Job Title

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