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Rep. Roy Blunt (R-MO) is the overwhelming favorite to win his party's nomination to replace Sen. Kit Bond. Harry Hamburg/AP hide caption

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Blunt Counts On Experience In Missouri Senate Race

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Solar panels recently installed at Camp Lejeune, like the ones on these two homes, are expected to provide nearly 75 percent of the hot water for the homes. Lance Cpl. Damany S. Coleman/Courtesy of The Globe hide caption

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All Tech Considered

Green Marines: Camp Lejeune Buys Into Solar Power

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Green Marines: Camp Lejeune Buys Into Solar Power

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An Iraqi army soldier and a U.S. Army soldier stand guard during a joint patrol in Mosul in March 2009. Maya Alleruzzo/AP hide caption

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World

As U.S. Troops Depart, Some Iraqis Fear Their Own

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As U.S. Troops Depart, Some Iraqis Fear Their Own

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New recruit Barry Huang (left) stands with Staff Sgt. Garces at the Hilltop Mall Army Recruiting Station in Richmond, Calif. Huang signed up to get his college education paid for, but he's interested in a noncombat role. Lonny Shavelson/www.photowords.com hide caption

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National

More Asian-Americans Signing Up For The Army

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More Asian-Americans Signing Up For The Army

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A robotic sub found an underwater mountain range beneath Pine Island Glacier. British Antarctic Survey hide caption

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British Antarctic Survey

Environment

Sub Makes Unexpected Find Under Floating Ice Shelf

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Sub Makes Unexpected Find Under Floating Ice Shelf

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The Separation of Light From Darkness was one of the last Sistine Chapel frescoes painted by Michelangelo. Researchers at Johns Hopkins University say they've found in the lines of the character's neck an anatomically correct drawing of a brainstem. Copyright 2010, Congress of Neurological Surgeons hide caption

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Art & Design

Did Michelangelo Draw A Brain in God's Neck?

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Did Michelangelo Draw A Brain in God's Neck?

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