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Mote Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Fla., took in many animals that were displaced or oiled by the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Above, a Kemp's ridley turtle recovers in a tank at Mote. Christopher Joyce/NPR hide caption

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Marine Scientists Seek Standards For Spill Research

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President Obama, shown here in 2008 in New Hampshire, vowed he wouldn't raise taxes for families earning less than $250,000. Keeping the campaign promise would add billions to the deficit every year. Chris Carlson/AP hide caption

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Renew The Tax Cuts: Good Politics, Bad Economics?

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I Don't Wanna Be a Soldier Mama Robert Randolph
Zawinul's Mambo Valdes. Chucho
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Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi (right) and Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi in Rome on Aug. 30. Gadhafi and Berlusconi marked a friendship treaty between their two countries amid increasing criticism over Gadhafi's exhortation to Italians to convert to Islam and Libya's prominent role in the Italian economy. Pier Paolo Cito/AP hide caption

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Gadhafi's Visit Raises Ire Over Libya's Role In Italy

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Drive Until He Sleeps Ui
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ROCKIN' IN RHYTHM RICHARD THOMPSON
Clouds That Won't Rain Clothesline Revival
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There But 4 Bruce Kaphan
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Toska Andy Statman & David Grisman
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Shiverman Fat Freddy's Drop
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Nocturne No. 5 in F-Sharp Major, Op. 15, No. 2 Jacques Loussier
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The Goat Sea of Cortez
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My Pet Goat Marco Benevento
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The University of Michigan leadership committed this summer to seek LEED certification for every new construction project of at least $10 million. The new Ross School of Business building is full of environmentally friendly technology. Courtesy of the University of Michigan hide caption

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Green Building: A Real Estate Revolution?

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Su-Bo's Mental Meltdown Portico Quartet

Ros John, a member of the Seneca tribe, speaks during a rally last week in Irving, N.Y., to protest the proposed New York cigarette tax for nonnative consumers. Don Heupel/AP hide caption

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New York Tribal Cigarette Sales Under Fire

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You Look Good In Orange Charlie Hunter
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Director Fatih Akin's latest movie is a comedy set in the gritty, multicultural Hamburg of his youth. IFC Films hide caption

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A German 'Soul Kitchen' That's More Than A Restaurant

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Revolting Children Matilda
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