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A scientist removes the nucleus from a human egg using a pipette. This is the first step to making personalized embryonic stem cells. Courtesy of OHSU Photos hide caption

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Scientists Clone Human Embryos To Make Stem Cells

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Take Your Seat, The 'No Photography' Sign Is Lit

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Chris Yerga, engineering director for Android at Google Inc., speaks at the company's I/O Annual Developers Conference in San Francisco on Wednesday. David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Google Launches A Streaming Music Service

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Laura Mvula's debut is ambitiously confident, as if she and her band had perfected their sound years ago. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Laura Mvula's Velvet 'Moon' Is A Revelation

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One Reason To Apply For Tax-Exempt Status: Anonymity

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When Garfield High School in Los Angeles stopped suspending students for "willful defiance" several years ago, it saw suspensions drop from more than 600 to just one. Tuesday, the Los Angeles Unified School District board voted to follow suit in all LA schools. Reed Saxon/AP hide caption

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LA Schools Throw Out Suspensions For 'Willful Defiance'

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A New 'Smart Rifle' Decides When To Shoot And Rarely Misses

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A black dehorned rhinoceros is followed by a calf at the Bona Bona Game Reserve in 2012. South Africa has seen a devastating increase in poaching in recent years as black-market demand for rhino horn has grown. Stephane de Sakutin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Can Economics Save The African Rhino?

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On Monday, the team behind Lee Brice's "I Drive Your Truck" gathered in Nashville to celebrate the song's reaching No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. From left: co-songwriters Jimmy Yeary, Connie Harrington and Jessi Alexander, military father Paul Monti and singer Lee Brice. John Russell/BMI hide caption

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A Songwriter And An Army Dad Share One Touching Story

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Crew members unload a catch of sockeye salmon at Craig, Alaska, in 2005. Researchers say fish are being found in new areas because of changing ocean temperatures. Melissa Farlow/National Geographic/Getty Images hide caption

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Go Fish (Somewhere Else): Warming Oceans Are Altering Catches

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