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A man holds a sign advocating the recall of state Sen. John Morse in Colorado Springs, Colo., in September. Morse and a second state senator who backed the state's new gun control measures were recalled during a special election that month. Matthew Staver /Landov hide caption

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After Fight Over Colo. Gun Laws, Two Sides As Dug In As Ever

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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Wednesday that the Kansas Supreme Court should not have overturned the conviction and death sentence of a Kansas man. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Supreme Court Bolsters Prosecutors' Use Of Psychiatric Exam

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Satori Sound Tribe Sector Nine
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In Between Lines The Album Leaf

PG&E, a Northern California utility company, is already experimenting with big batteries to store wind-generated electricity at its Vaca-Dixon Substation. Richard Harris/NPR hide caption

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Big Batteries Needed To Make Fickle Wind And Solar Power Work

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Paul Warambo holds up a used T-shirt for sale in Nairobi, Kenya. With the help of the internet, we found the original owner Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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We Found This 20-Year-Old T-Shirt In Kenya. The Internet Found The Original Owner

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Jetson's Theme Man or Astro-man?
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Minnie's Yoo Hoo! (Mickey Mouse Theme Song) Disney
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We Learn Rob Cross
Genius and the Thieves Eluvium

Florida lobbyist Keith Arnold stops to look at Chaz Stevens' Festivus pole made out of beer cans in the rotunda of the Florida Capitol in Tallahassee. Mark Wallheiser/Getty Images hide caption

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Florida Man Airs Grievances With Festivus Pole In Capitol

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Inuksuit John Luther Adams
Weigh Your Blessings Chopteeth
Mother Mother Fat Freddy's Drop
Black Zil Syriana
Zenophile Mylo
Toontown Medley: Minnie's Yoohoo/The Mickey Mouse March Chris Calabrese
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Young broilers nibble feed at a chicken farm in Luling, Texas. The Food and Drug Administration has issued new guidance on how drug companies label antibiotics for livestock. Bob Nichols/USDA/Flickr hide caption

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Drug Companies Accept FDA Plan To Phase Out Some Animal Antibiotic Uses

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Binh Hua (left) and My Nguyen, both 18, work in the Garden City Community College chemistry lab. Both of their parents are employed by the Tyson Foods plant in Garden City, Kan. Peggy Lowe/Harvest Public Media hide caption

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A Midwestern Meatpacking Town Welcomes Immigrants

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Pasture Elephant Revival
Chisa Abdullah Ibrahim
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Jeep's Blues [Live] Duke Ellington
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Amy Adams and Christian Bale star as a couple of con artists in David O. Russell's American Hustle. Francois Duhamel/Columbia Pictures hide caption

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David O. Russell, Building Movies From The Characters Up

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i feel love donna summer
Hallelujah Time Christian McBride

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