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A worker inspects a huge target chamber at the National Ignition Facility in California, in 2001, where beams from 192 lasers are aimed at a pellet of fusion fuel in the hopes of creating nuclear fusion. Joe McNally/Getty Images hide caption

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Research News

A Short Fuse For Fusion As Ignition Misses Deadline

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A Short Fuse For Fusion As Ignition Misses Deadline

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Religion

Mormonism: A Scrutinized, Yet Evolving Faith

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Mormonism: A Scrutinized, Yet Evolving Faith

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Benjy Melendez (right) founded and led The Ghetto Brothers in the early 1970s. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Music Reviews

Ghetto Brothers: Guitars Over Guns

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Ghetto Brothers: Guitars Over Guns

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House Minority Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi smiles while speaking to the media. Mark Wilson/Getty Images hide caption

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Pelosi: The Fiscal Cliff Debate Is 'A Clear One; The People Have Spoken'

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Glen Osterberg (right) and another line cook at Lupa learn how to use the LeanPath waste tracking software. Eliza Barclay/NPR hide caption

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No Simple Recipe For Weighing Food Waste At Mario Batali's Lupa

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Book Reviews

Book Review: 'Zoo Time'

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Book Review: 'Zoo Time'

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Turboprop planes make up the entire fleet at Silver Airways. Airlines are increasingly using propeller planes to cut costs. Courtesy of Silver Airways/SBPR hide caption

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Business

Propeller Planes Come Back Amid High Fuel Prices

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Propeller Planes Come Back Amid High Fuel Prices

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In Rust and Bone, Academy Award winner Marion Cotillard plays an orca trainer who loses her legs in a freak accident. Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Marion Cotillard, Diving Deep In 'Rust And Bone'

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