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Modoc County is in the remote northeastern corner of California. Residents there will soon vote on whether to tax themselves to save their local hospital. Sarah Varney/KQED hide caption

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In Rural Calif., A Debate On How To Save A Hospital

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Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, delivering a speech on Aug. 4, 2010 in Hamadan, Iran.  Iranian President's Office/Getty Images hide caption

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On Iran Today: 'After The Crackdown' To 'The Point Of No Return'

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Given that more women than men use social media, shouldn't the Twitter bird be pink? Mito Habe-Evans / NPR hide caption

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Control Your Image: Women Musicians Seize On Social Media

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Sheet music costs about $4 per song. But, as with audio or video files, these documents are easy to pass around online. JadeXJustice/flickr hide caption

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Sheet Music Piracy: You Can Get Everything For Free On The Internet

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