Customers walk past a Toyota FJ Cruiser. Toyota brought in 19 percent of African-American buyers, 22 percent of Latino buyers and 33 percent of Asian-American buyers. Yoshikazu Tsuno/Getty Images hide caption

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Toyota Steers Ads To Bring In More Minority Buyers

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Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann talks with supporters during a campaign stop in Raymond, N.H., on Tuesday. Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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Solid Start Puts Bachmann In Front-Runner Territory

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Ernie Lopez is serving a 60-year prison sentence for a crime he, and medical experts, said he didn't commit. Courtesy of Frontline hide caption

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Listen to Ernie Lopez's Story

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Sort your laundry into whites and darks? "That's racist," quips one character on Parks and Recreation. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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'That's Racist!' How A Serious Accusation Became A Commonplace Quip

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The annual Gay Pride parade works its way along Christopher Street in Greenwich Village on Sunday. The parade became a victory celebration after New York's historic decision to legalize same-sex marriage. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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In New York, A Celebration Of Gay-Marriage Law

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Glen Stewart Godwin has been caught before, at least twice. Convicted of murder, he escaped California's Folsom State Prison in 1987, only to be caught later that year for drug trafficking. While serving time in a Guadalajara prison, Godwin allegedly murdered another inmate in 1991 and escaped again, just months later. FBI/Time Life Pictures/Getty Images hide caption

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The FBI's 'Ten Most Wanted': Two Down, Eight To Go

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Jose Antonio Vargas: 'If I Didn't Tell Those Lies ... I Couldn't Have Survived'

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Peter Folk poses as his famed character, Lt. Columbo, in the detective television series Columbo. NBC/AP hide caption

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Peter Falk, TV's Legendary 'Columbo,' Dies At 83

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Fifth-graders (from left) Reese Toomre, Lucas Nguyen and Michael An race through the Khan Academy's Trigonometry Challenge. The program allows more advanced students to move ahead, while other students can proceed at their own pace. Larry Abramson/NPR hide caption

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Math Videos Go From YouTube Hit To Classroom Tool

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Kindergartners at KIPP Empower Academy in South Los Angeles work on laptops while in another corner of the room, a group of students do an activity with a teacher. Larry Abramson/NPR hide caption

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Schools Blend Computers With Classroom Learning

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Chad Stephens helps diver Tom Warvell recover an ice sensor from the bottom of Lake Erie. The two are part of a company (specializing in underwater recovery) working with engineers studying how ice floes during the winter would affect the foundation of a lake-based wind turbine. Jeff St. Clair/WKSU hide caption

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Great Lakes May Beat Atlantic To Offshore Wind

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Charles Gross, a neuroscience professor at Princeton University, looks at a sheep brain with students at San Quentin as part of an Introduction to Biology class at the prison. Courtesy of Linn Lee hide caption

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Inside San Quentin, Inmates Go To College

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Portsmouth Public Health Nurse Lisa Roberts helped found the Scioto County Prescription Drug Action Team. Behind her is a memorial to victims of prescription drug abuse. Noah Adams/NPR hide caption

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A County Takes Down Prescription 'Pill Mills'

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Dad Refuses To Pass Down Inheritance Of Illness

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Songs For Father's Day: Dad's Favorites When He Was Your Age

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