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Activist Bayard Rustin points to a map during a press conference four days ahead of the March on Washington in August 1963. AP hide caption

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Bayard Rustin: The Man Who Organized The March On Washington

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Sara Busch of Havertown, Pa., owns a Chevy Volt, an electric hybrid. Like a lot of Americans, she's buying less gasoline than she used to, which means she's paying less in gas taxes. Jeff Brady/NPR hide caption

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States Target Hybrids As Gas Tax Revenues Ebb

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The olinguito is the first carnivore species to be discovered in the Western Hemisphere in 35 years. Courtesy of Mark Gurney hide caption

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Meet The Olinguito, The Newest Member Of The Raccoon Family

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Dorothy Holmes, back home with her new dog, Jack. Martha Bebinger/WBUR hide caption

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Getting People Out Of Nursing Homes Turns Out To Be Complicated

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A man walks among shrouded bodies at a Cairo mosque on Thursday. At the El-Iman mosque, more than 200 bodies were being prepared for burial, the victims killed in a crackdown on protesters by Egypt's military-backed government. Khaled Desouki /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Scene From A Cairo Mosque Turned Morgue

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Metallica at a packed concert this week at Shanghai's Mercedes-Benz Arena. Ross Halfin hide caption

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An American Headliner In China: Metallica's Shanghai Debut

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Los Angeles Dodgers' Adrian Gonzalez (center left, holding helmet) is congratulated by teammates along with Yasiel Puig (No. 66) after Gonzalez hit a game-winning RBI double and Puig scored during the 12th inning of their game against the New York Mets on Wednesday. Mark J. Terrill/AP hide caption

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The Dodgers' 'Magical' Rise From The Cellar

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