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Twitter Ups Share Price Ahead Of IPO

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Twitter Ups Share Price Ahead Of IPO

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Sportvision uses helicopter and water-based platforms to superimpose the national flags of competing teams over broadcasts of the America's Cup sailing competitions. Courtesy of Sportvision hide caption

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Sportvision Wants To Take You (Home) To The Ballgame

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Sportvision Wants To Take You (Home) To The Ballgame

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Matthew Collier, an uninsured entrepreneur, speaks at a rally sponsored by Cover Oregon in Portland, Ore., on Oct. 1. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Oregon's State Exchange May Be Worse Than HealthCare.gov

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Oregon's State Exchange May Be Worse Than HealthCare.gov

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The Large Stone Carving is the heaviest stone in the Forbidden City in Beijing. It was believed to have weighed more than 300 tons when it was first transported to the site between 1407 and 1420. DEA/ W. Buss/De Agostini/Getty Images hide caption

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Research News

How'd They Do That? The Story Of A Giant Rock And A Road Of Ice

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How'd They Do That? The Story Of A Giant Rock And A Road Of Ice

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In recent years, pork producers have found ways to keep the animals healthy through improved hygiene. M. Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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The Salt

Why Are Pig Farmers Still Using Growth-Promoting Drugs?

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Why Are Pig Farmers Still Using Growth-Promoting Drugs?

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New York City mayoral candidate Bill de Blasio rides the subway while greeting commuters in New York on Monday. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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NYC Race Focuses On Income Gap, But How Much Can A Mayor Do?

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Mayor Aja Brown of Compton, Calif., has big plans to turn the city around. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Code Switch

New Mayor Asks Compton: What Can Brown Do For You?

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New Mayor Asks Compton: What Can Brown Do For You?

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Former Florida Gov. Charlie Crist announces Monday in St. Petersburg that he will run for governor as a Democrat. Edward Linsmier/Getty Images hide caption

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Now A Democrat, Ex-Florida Gov. Crist Tries To Get Old Job Back

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Girls are particularly vulnerable to brain changes caused by stress or trauma, researchers say. Allen Johnson/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Childhood Maltreatment Can Leave Scars In The Brain

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Childhood Maltreatment Can Leave Scars In The Brain

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Students walk by Founders Library on Howard University campus in Washington, D.C. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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Amid A Rough Patch, Howard University Faces Flagging Morale

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