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Flowers and balloons sit at the entrance of the Clackamas Town Center mall in Portland, Ore., on Dec. 19, a week after a gunman opened fire inside, killing two people and himself. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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Oregon Weighs Own Gun Measures After Mall Shooting, Newtown

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A sheriff officer sifts through marijuana in the back of a trailer which was confiscated from a field last Wednesday in Sanger, Calif.

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Pew: Majority Of Americans Now Favor Legalizing Marijuana

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This bacterium-like microbe, Archaeoglobus fulgidus, seen here in a false-color image, can live in the high temperatures found near deep-sea vents. They can also survive by consuming perchlorate, a chemical used in rocket fuel. Alfred Pasieka/Science Source hide caption

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Some Deep-Sea Microbes Are Hungry For Rocket Fuel

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Deuk Chamnan (right), a credit officer at First Finance, speaks with a potential client while passing out leaflets at Century Market in Phnom Penh. First Finance also advertises on the radio. Will Baxter for NPR hide caption

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New Mortgage Program Helps Cambodia's Poor Find Better Homes

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Standing before a crowd 250,000 strong, Mick Jagger opened The Rolling Stones' 1969 concert at London's Hyde Park by reading a Percy Bysshe Shelley poem in tribute to late guitarist Brian Jones. Chris Walter/WireImage hide caption

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Rolling Stones To Return To Hyde Park After 44 Years

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Ebert works in his office at the WTTW-TV studios in Chicago on Jan. 12, 2011. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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For Pulitzer-Winning Critic Roger Ebert, Films Were A Journey

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A window into dreams may now be opening. Silver Screen Collection/Getty Images hide caption

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Researchers Use Brain Scans To Reveal Hidden Dreamscape

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Demonstrators from the Fast Food Forward rally protest Thursday outside a Wendy's restaurant in New York City. Mary Altaffer/AP hide caption

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NYC's Fast-Food Workers Strike, Demand 'Living Wages'

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Bosom Pals, an iconic sculpture by Russian artist Vasily Konovalenko. Denver Museum of Nature and Science hide caption

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Emigre Artist Sculpted Exquisite Gems Of Russian Folk Life

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Young soybeans, often known as edamame, are firmer than peas. Cookbook author Fuchsia Dunlop says they make an easy and delicious dinner when stir-fried. Courtesy of Chris Terry hide caption

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A Simple Chinese Twist On Young Soybeans

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