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WikiLeaks supporters gather in front of the United States Federal Building in New York City on Thursday. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Silencing WikiLeaks A Free Speech Challenge For U.S.

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A core sample from the seafloor of the Gulf of Mexico contains oily debris and dead organisms, including this worm. Richard Harris/NPR hide caption

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Seafloor Samples Show Troubling Effects Of Oil Spill

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After a year in a nursing home, Mathew Harp got his wish and moved out. He now lives in an Atlanta neighborhood with a woman who provides his attendant care. John Poole/NPR hide caption

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Youth In Nursing Homes Seek Alternative Care

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Jerry Wonda hard at work behind a board in Platinum Sound Recording Studio in New York City. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Making Of A Hit Song: Jerry Wonda's Platinum Sound

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Seattle Tries To Limit Yellow Pages' Distribution, Waste

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In 1975, Jim Sullivan mysteriously disappeared in the desert. Chris and Barbara Sullivan /Light In The Attic hide caption

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Jim Sullivan's Mysterious Masterpiece: 'U.F.O.'

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