Florida Land Use Changes Could Be In Voters' Hands

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One Hundred Faces Of War Gives Soldiers A Voice

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From Elvis To Lady Gaga: Playing With Shock Value In Music

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Luis Diaz (from left), Jenny Undercofler (music director), David Valbuena, Nico Muhly (composer), Haley Gillia, Ramin Abrams, Ethan Cohn and Amanda Lubin of Face the Music. Joan Jastrebski hide caption

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New York Program Helps Young Musicians 'Face The Music'

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Jump Start: NUMMI Is Reborn For Electric Cars

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A 'Patchwork' Tour Of New Orleans With Anders Osborne

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Drilling Advocate Frustrated By Handling Of Oil Spill

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Penny Karas, owner of Hello Cupcake in Washington, D.C., measures a finished batch of brownies. The recipe states the brownies should not be cut larger than 3 1/2 inches by 2 1/2 inches by 5/8 inch. May-Ying Lam/NPR hide caption

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A 26-Page Brownie Recipe? Only At The Pentagon

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Regina Carter: Translating African Folk To The Jazz Violin

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Scientists Reach Milestone On Way To Artificial Life

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Nun Excommunicated For Allowing Abortion

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The Seattle Storm's Sue Bird (left) tries to drive past the Los Angeles Sparks' Ticha Penicheiro on Sunday. Bird, a co-captain, says the team has a solid fan base, even if they're not picking up fans of the old SuperSonics NBA team, which moved to Oklahoma City under new ownership. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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In Seattle, The WNBA Reigns

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Mine Probe Examines Airflow, Possible Tampering

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The Harvard-Yalification Of The Supreme Court

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