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Female supporters of Iranian presidential candidate Saeed Jalili, Iran's top nuclear negotiator, chant slogans at a campaign rally in Tehran on Wednesday, two days ahead of the election. Vahid Salemi/AP hide caption

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Parallels

As Sanctions Squeeze, Iranians Keep Improvising

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As Sanctions Squeeze, Iranians Keep Improvising

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Pablo Lema shows off his quadcopter. Steve Henn/NPR hide caption

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All Tech Considered

Under The Radar: Some Pilots Of Small Drones Skirt FAA Rules

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Under The Radar: Some Pilots Of Small Drones Skirt FAA Rules

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Pope Francis leads rosary concluding Marian month of May on May 31, at St. Peter's square at the Vatican. Tiziana Fabi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Religion

Pope's Reference To 'Gay Lobby' Broaches Taboo Topic

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Pope's Reference To 'Gay Lobby' Broaches Taboo Topic

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At left: Beyond Eggs' egg-substitute product, a powder made of pulverized plant-based compounds. Right: Mother Nature's version. Cody Pickens/Beyond Eggs hide caption

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The Salt

Why Bill Gates Is Investing In Chicken-Less Eggs

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Why Bill Gates Is Investing In Chicken-Less Eggs

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Jeremy Jackson wanted to rethink his grandma Mildred's famous Strawberry Cake recipe, which uses boxed cake mix and Jell-O. His updated cupcake version is shown on the right. Jeremy Jackson for NPR hide caption

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Saving Grandma's Strawberry Cake From The Clutches Of Jell-O

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A technician loads patient samples into a machine for testing at Myriad Genetics in Salt Lake City in 2002. The Supreme Court ruled Thursday that Myriad cannot patent the BRCA genes, which are tested to check a woman's risk for breast and ovarian cancer. Douglas C. Pizac/AP hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Supreme Court Gene Ruling Splits Hairs Over What's 'Natural'

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Supreme Court Gene Ruling Splits Hairs Over What's 'Natural'

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Eric Glatt, a Georgetown Law student, poses on Wednesday, in Washington, D.C. Unpaid internships have long been a path of opportunity for students and recent grads. But a federal judge ruled this week that Fox Searchlight Pictures violated minimum wage and overtime laws by not paying interns who worked on production of the 2010 movie Black Swan. Glatt was one of the interns. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Business

Unpaid No More: Interns Win Major Court Battle

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Unpaid No More: Interns Win Major Court Battle

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Josh Fiorini's Connecticut-based company builds high-end semi-automatic rifles. He says the state's tough new gun law gives him no choice but to move. Joel Rose/NPR hide caption

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Tough New Gun Laws Drive Gun Makers To Move

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