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A 17-year-old Civil Rights demonstrator is attacked by a police dog in Birmingham, Ala., on May 3, 1963. This image led the front page of the next day's New York Times. Bill Hudson/ASSOCIATED PRESS hide caption

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How The Civil Rights Movement Was Covered In Birmingham

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How many calories in that bite? My Fitness Pal and other fitness and nutrition apps can help find the answer. Heather Rousseau/NPR hide caption

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Patients Lead The Way As Medicine Grapples With Apps

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Enrique Lima is a co-founder of Publish 88, a Mexican startup that develops software for publishing companies. Mónica Ortiz Uribe for NPR hide caption

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Mexico's Tech Startups Look To Overcome Barriers To Growth

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Kanye West at his album listening party at Milk Studios last week in New York City. Shareif Ziyadat/FilmMagic hide caption

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Kanye's 'Yeezus' Packs A Bite

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Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., was chosen by House Republican leaders to manage a bill that would ban many abortions. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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House Passes Bill That Would Ban Abortions After 20 Weeks

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Advocates of allowing home-schooled students to play on public school teams have dubbed legislation allowing it "Tim Tebow bills," after the former NFL quarterback who was home-schooled in Florida. Stephen Brashear/AP hide caption

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Home-Schooled Students Fight To Play On Public School Teams

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London's 122 Leadenhall Street (nicknamed the "Cheese-Grater") is shown under construction on March 5. Once complete it will be London's second-tallest building. The recent construction of numerous skyscrapers has sparked concern that views of historic landmark buildings, such as St Paul's Cathedral, are being obscured. Matthew Lloyd/Getty Images hide caption

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Change Is On The Horizon For London's Famous Skyline

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