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Dona Ana County Clerk Lynn Ellins talks with Thom Hinks and Richard Sunman (far right) after they obtained a marriage license at the Dona Ana County Clerk's Office in Las Cruces, N.M. In August, Ellins' office began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Juan Carlos Llorca/AP hide caption

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How A County Clerk Ignited The Gay Marriage Debate In N.M.

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The Chinese border town of Suifenhe is a port of entry for almost all of the hardwood coming from the Russian Far East. Russia is the world's largest exporter of timber, but illegal logging is a growing problem. Courtesty of EIA hide caption

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In Russia's Vast Far East, Timber Thieves Thrive

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Independent online insurance brokers, like eHealth, haven't yet been able to sell subsidized health insurance policies. eHealthInsurance.com hide caption

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Online Insurance Brokers Stymied Selling Obamacare Policies

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A bison crosses a road ahead of a herd of snowmobilers in Yellowstone National Park in 2003. New federal rules announced Tuesday will further restrict the noise and exhaust such vehicles are allowed to emit inside the park. Craig Moore/AP hide caption

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15 Years Of Wrangling Over Yellowstone Snowmobiles Ends

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The 1975's self-titled debut is out now. Dave Ma/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The 1975, Influenced By The '80s

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Tyler Engel with his parents, Dave and Jennifer. His doctor and therapist worked with the family to help Tyler recover from a concussion. Kristian Foden-Vencil/OPB hide caption

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Doctors Enlist Therapists To Deliver Better, Cheaper Care

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Kayakers head out on the Rio Grande toward one of the international bridges that connect Laredo, Texas, and the town of Nuevo Laredo in Mexico. Raw sewage and animal carcasses float in the water. Neena Satija/Texas Tribune hide caption

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Despite Efforts, The Rio Grande Is One Dirty Border

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David Hyde Pierce (center), Julia Murney and Frankie Seratch star in The Landing, a new musical from Broadway veteran John Kander, who co-wrote it with Greg Pierce. David Hyde Pierce previously starred in one of the latter collaborations between Kander and his late songwriting partner, Fred Ebb — the 2006 musical Curtains. Carol Rosegg hide caption

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For John Kander, A New 'Landing' At A Familiar Spot

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Times Square near 42nd Street in New York City, in the 1920s. AP hide caption

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The Sounds Of New York City, Circa 1920

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