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Chefs at The Farmacy's special kitchen in Los Angeles whip up handmade "herbally enhanced" gelatos, butter and other goodies. It's part of the shop's effort to be a high-end wellness boutique -- not just a medical marijuana dispensary. Mandalit del Barco/NPR hide caption

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The New Marijuana

A Head Shop Makeover: Some Pilates With Your Pot?

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A Head Shop Makeover: Some Pilates With Your Pot?

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Plaquemines Parish President Billy Nungesser (right) teams up with Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal on a boat in Barataria Bay on May 23. Nungesser has been relentless in defending his parish. He's demanded the resignations of a Coast Guard admiral and the head of BP. And he says he doesn't regret being either pushy or loud. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Gulf Oil Spill: Containment And Clean Up

Fiery La. Politician Leads Fight To Clean Up Oil

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Fiery La. Politician Leads Fight To Clean Up Oil

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One of the best and most consistent songwriters in kids' music, Justin Roberts has just released Jungle Gym. Todd Rosenberg hide caption

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Music Reviews

Justin Roberts' Perfect Summer Party

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Justin Roberts' Perfect Summer Party

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Michelle Dyarman, a former major in the Army reserves, was involved in two roadside bomb attacks and a Humvee accident in Iraq in 2005 that left her with serious cognitive problems. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Brain Wars: How The Military Is Failing Its Wounded

Military Still Failing To Diagnose, Treat Brain Injuries

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Military Still Failing To Diagnose, Treat Brain Injuries

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Gulf Oil Spill: Containment And Clean Up

BP Buys Oil Spill-Related Search Terms

4 min

BP Buys Oil Spill-Related Search Terms

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A U.S. soldier drags a tent as his unit prepares to leave its base northeast of Baghdad. U.S. troop levels will be cut in half, to 50,000, by Aug 31. Khalid Mohammed/AP hide caption

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World

At U.S. Bases In Iraq, The Fire Sale Is On

5 min

At U.S. Bases In Iraq, The Fire Sale Is On

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Primary Results Examined

3 min

Primary Results Examined

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