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Bryan McDonel and his father, Mike, both served multiple tours in Iraq with the National Guard. Bryan was first prescribed painkillers before his deployment, and his dependence on medication prompted a downward spiral. Quil Lawrence/NPR hide caption

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Veterans Face Another Battle: Fighting Prescription Drug Addiction

Service members are prescribed narcotic painkillers three times as often as civilians. For some vets, dependence on those pills becomes a bigger problem than their original ailment.

Intrepid pizza purveyors in action: Frontier Airlines flight attendants pass out pies to the delighted passengers. Logan Marie Torres/AP hide caption

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'Captain Pizza' Saves The Day, But Doesn't Save Himself A Slice

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Pizza Boy USA Lou Monte & Joe Reisman
Might as Well Whistle Ant Neely
Spiritual Groove [Live/Solo] Antoine Dufour
Smokin' and Drinkin' Miranda Lambert

A man looks at the painting Better To Have Only One Child at the China National Art Museum in Beijing. More than three decades after China's one-child policy took hold, some bereaved parents are suffering an unintended consequence of the policy: The loss of a child leaves them with no support in their old age. Wang Zhao/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After Losing An Only Child, Chinese Parents Face Old Age Alone

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Beautiful Otherness Bent
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Between Eli and Zarina (Greg Keller and Nadine Malouf), a family's Muslim faith undergoes rupture and renewal. Erin Baiano/Courtesy of Lincoln Center Theater hide caption

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In Stories Of Muslim Identity, Playwright Explores Fault Lines Of Faith

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Bryan McDonel and his father, Mike, both served multiple tours in Iraq with the National Guard. Bryan was first prescribed painkillers before his deployment, and his dependence on medication prompted a downward spiral. Quil Lawrence/NPR hide caption

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A Growing Number Of Veterans Struggles To Quit Powerful Painkillers

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Marquise Lamberto Frescobaldi (right), of the winemaking dynasty, talks with prisoners Brian Baldissin (left) and Francesco Papa at his vineyard on Gorgona island in June 2013. Alessandro Bianchi/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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This Fine Wine Made At An Italian Penal Colony Is No 2-Buck Chuck

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Three Colors Red Lonely Drifter Karen
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Canto de Ossanha Jonathan Kreisberg
Awake Tycho
Smokin and Drinkin Miranda Lambert
Got Me Wrong Brad Mehldau Trio

Government health workers administer blood tests to check for the Ebola virus in Kenema, Sierra Leone, June 25. Reuters/Landov hide caption

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In West Africa, Officials Target Ignorance And Fear Over Ebola

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White Elephant Aphrodesia

Picketers supporting independent truck drivers at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach stand outside a container terminal. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Picketing Truckers Raise Tensions At LA Port Amid Dockworker Talks

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Hayloft Nickel Creek
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