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Paying Dividend Gives More Investors A Bite Of Apple

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Justices heard arguments Monday in a case that attempts to reconcile modern in vitro fertilization technology with a 1939 law. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Justices Weigh IVF Technology Against 1939 Law

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What About RH+
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Jiinti Mocky

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Brilliant Idea: More Than 80,000 Of Einstein's Documents Going Online

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In an undated photo, members of the Siletz tribe gather for the Siletz Feather Dance in Newport, Ore. The tribe is using digital tools to help preserve its native language. Courtesy of the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians hide caption

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Digital Technologies Give Dying Languages New Life

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Tickle It Mocean Worker
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Dory's Day Out Garage a Trois

Maxim Motin, 28, was elected to a municipal council in Pechatniki, his working class district in Moscow. Martha Wexler/NPR hide caption

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Young Russian Politician Fights From The Bottom Up

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Standing in front of a statue of Ronald Reagan on horseback, Rick Santorum speaks at a campaign rally Monday in Dixon, Ill. Seth Perlman/AP hide caption

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In Illinois, Candidates Make A Final Delegate Dash

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Return Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey
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But I Like the Message John Scofield
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Summertime Deepak Ram, Jamey Haddad et. al.
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Wyoming Tribe Wins Right To Hunt Two Bald Eagles

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Separations T.H. White & White, T.H.
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Zieti: Music As An Act Of Resistance

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Lost Bridges T.H. White & White, T.H.

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