How Steel From The World Trade Center May Help To Cut Vets' Suicide Rates
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Ex-CIA Spy Faces Italian Prison Sentence For Her Role In Cleric's Kidnapping
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Jaime Rangel helps Gustavo Ruiz, 12, align a tire on his bike, at a recent community event in southeast Fresno, Calif. As manager for Bici Projects, Rangel promotes cycling in the Latino community as a great way to get in shape. Farida Jhabvala Romero/KQED hide caption

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Jesse Vega checks out a vehicle at an Uber "Work On Demand" recruitment event March 10 in South Los Angeles. The company is researching ways to get rid of its surge pricing, a feature that drivers like but that can make costs unpredictable for consumers. Mark Ralston/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Uber Plans To Kill Surge Pricing, Though Drivers Say It Makes Job Worth It
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2015 Saw A Decrease In Religious Freedom Around The World, Says Annual Report
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The sign, a private marker placed by the NAACP, and approved by the National Park Service, as it now stands in Army Park. Christopher Blank/WKNO-FM hide caption

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Do The Words 'Race Riot' Belong On A Historic Marker In Memphis?
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A platter of falafel, kafta, french fries and other fare at Al Ameer Restaurant in Dearborn, Mich. The Mediterranean eatery will be recognized by the James Beard Awards this year in the "American Classics" category. Edsel Little/Flickr hide caption

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Countries in Latin America have a range of laws regarding abortion, from completely prohibited to no restrictions. Above: Women in Brazil (at left) demonstrate for abortion rights; a woman at a march in Paraguay (at right) holds a poster reading "If Abortion is Not Wrong, Then Nothing Is Wrong." Christophe Simon and Norberto Duarte/Getty Images hide caption

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Eugene V. Debs Museum Explores History Of American Socialism
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In Iraq, Sectarian Militias Threaten To Distract From Fight Against ISIS
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An engine is assembled at a Cummins plant in Columbus, Ind., in 2007. The Fortune 500 company sells diesel engines around the world. Darron Cummings/AP hide caption

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As Factory Jobs Slip Away, Indiana Voters Have Trade On Their Minds
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In Riverhead, N.Y., Guatemalans Trace Their Roots Back To One Man
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Indiana Primary Becomes Last Hope For Stop Trump Movement
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Teachers Shut Down Nearly All Detroit Public Schools In Sick-Out Protest
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Malia Obama's 'Gap Year' Highlights Growing Trend In U.S.
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'Mick Jagger' Of Auctions Recalls Life In High End Art Trade
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Intel announced last month that it is laying off 11 percent of its workforce. As sales of personal computers decline, the company plans to shift its business to cloud computing. Laura Rauch/AP hide caption

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Left Behind In The Mobile Revolution, Intel Struggles To Innovate
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