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Over the past 25 years, Mona Shafer Edwards has depicted some of the most famous trials in Los Angeles, including Rodney King and O.J. Simpson (above). Mona Shafer Edwards hide caption

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Arts & Life

Eyes Of The Courtroom: Sketching The Nation's Biggest Trials

You may not have heard of illustrator Mona Shafer Edwards, but you've probably seen her work: she's been drawing high-profile courtroom cases for years. She says behind every sketch, there's a story.

Forward No Return Dustin O'Halloran
Sketchbook Max Richter

When Alexis Paige lost her job, she was afraid she would have to discontinue her estrogen treatments. That can't happen now under the Oregon Health Plan. Cree Jude Gordon/Courtesy Alexis Paige hide caption

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Cree Jude Gordon/Courtesy Alexis Paige

In Oregon, Medicaid Now Covers Transgender Medical Care

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Eyes Of The Courtroom: Sketching The Nation's Biggest Trials

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Law and Order Electronic Symphony Orchestra

Smart watches based on Qualcomm chipsets are displayed at CES — but do consumers want them? Jae C. Hong/AP hide caption

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Forget Wearable Tech. People Really Want Better Batteries.

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Open Com Truise
Sometimes I Cry Les McCann

Even Leila Dunbar (right), Antiques Roadshow appraiser, was overwhelmed by the collection. "It is the greatest archive that I have ever had at the Roadshow," she says. Meredith Nierman/WGBH hide caption

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'Holy Smokes!': Rare Baseball Card Collection Hits Home Run

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Uptown Boy: Mark Ronson And The Producer As Rock Star

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Daffodils Mark Ronson
Bowspirit Balmorhea

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