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Yves Malbranche, 86, lies on a mattress outside his house in the Carrefour-Feuilles district of Port-au-Prince. Malbranche says he is an American citizen who formerly lived in Brooklyn, N.Y. He is ill and hopes to be evacuated to the U.S. Corey Flintoff/NPR hide caption

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Haiti Quake: Ruin And Recovery

Port-Au-Prince Journal: An Old Man Wants Out

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Port-Au-Prince Journal: An Old Man Wants Out

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Alfred Lomas used to be in the Florencia 13 gang before he founded LA Gang Tours. Now, in addition to running the tours, Lomas also manages a mobile food bank. Ben Bergman/NPR hide caption

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National

Los Angeles Gang Tour Puts A Twist On Drive-Bys

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Los Angeles Gang Tour Puts A Twist On Drive-Bys

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In 2004, Comet C/2001 Q4 (NEAT), seen here, passed within 30 million miles of the Earth's orbit. A new report suggests that such near-Earth objects may go undetected by NASA, unless additional funding is provided. Courtesy of NASA hide caption

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Space

Report: Funds Needed For Asteroid Warning System

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Report: Funds Needed For Asteroid Warning System

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Haitians watch the L.A. County Search and Rescue working at a collapsed building in Port-au-Prince. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Haiti Quake: Ruin And Recovery

Experts: Aid Must Target Haiti's Underlying Issues

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Experts: Aid Must Target Haiti's Underlying Issues

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Descent Of A Man: After the loss of his daughter Annie (Martha West), the naturalist Charles Darwin (Paul Bettany) found the strength to order his ideas about nature into the landmark treatise On the Origin of Species. Liam Daniel/Newmarket Films hide caption

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Movies

Grappling With 'Creation' In The Shadow Of Death

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Grappling With 'Creation' In The Shadow Of Death

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Vice President Joe Biden (right) concludes a meeting with Iraqi Vice President Adil Abd al-Mahdi on Jan. 14 in the Roosevelt Room of the White House. Tim Sloan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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World

Biden's Task: Defuse Iraq Election Strife

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Biden's Task: Defuse Iraq Election Strife

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Winter Olympics 2010

Winter Olympics Previewed

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Winter Olympics Previewed

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