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National Guardsman Andrew Sullens (left) climbs Half Dome in Yosemite National Park, Calif., with Pat Warren, lead climber from Paradox Sports. Sullens, who lost his leg below the knee while serving in Kapisa province, Afghanistan, participated in the three-day climb with other veterans to honor the anniversary of September 11th. David P. Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Vets Mark Sept. 11 Anniversary With Yosemite Climb

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Mali John Patitucci
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Linda Norman (right) and Joanna Galt, both from Florida, hold their banners during a rally against the health care law Tuesday outside the U.S. Capitol. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Conservatives Use Budget Deadline To Revive Obamacare Debate

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Jamesport has the largest Amish community in Missouri, and horse-pulled buggies are often parked alongside cars. Horse owners in the state are divided over whether to allow horses to be killed for meat in the U.S. Frank Morris for NPR hide caption

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Pets Or Livestock? A Moral Divide Over Horse Slaughter

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Just Jammin' Gramatik

Gregory Porter's latest album is entitled Liquid Spirit. Shawn Peters /Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'Singing Just To Me': Gregory Porter On Musical Inheritance

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When Love Was King Gregory Porter
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Russian President Vladimir Putin has called on Syria to turn over its chemical weapons to avoid a strike by the U.S. Michael Klimentyev/Ria Novosti/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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What's Driving Russia's Tactical Change On Syria?

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TechCrunch's Disrupt 2012 conference in San Francisco. This year, two hackathon presentations ignited a firestorm. Max Morse/Getty Images hide caption

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Sexism In The Tech Industry Takes Center Stage

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Sandra Grazioso sits at a New Jersey funeral home, where she will receive the newly identified shoulder and tooth of her son, Tim. Both of her sons died in the terrorist attacks. Sarah Gonzalez/WNYC hide caption

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A Mother Receives Her Sons' Remains 12 Years After Attacks

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Interior Secretary Sally Jewell (center) gets a tour of King Cove, Alaska. Annie Feidt/Alaska Public Radio Network hide caption

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Proposed Alaska Road Pits Villagers Against Environmentalists

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Security experts say the U.S. is ill-prepared to respond to cyberthreats. A new high school curriculum in Alabama aims to attract more young people to the field. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Army Looks To Schools To Find The Next Cyberwarriors

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