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Bulky Cameras, Meet The Lens-less FlatCam

How thin can a camera be? Rice University researchers created a "FlatCam" without lenses — one that can even be potentially made into wallpaper. Its roots trace to early pinhole cameras.

An American flag flies at half-staff in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington to honor the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Scalia's Death May Mean Texas Abortion Case Won't Set U.S. Precedent

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George Washington delivers his inaugural address in April 1789 after being sworn as president, not king, in a break from the country's royal roots. Library of Congress hide caption

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Why 'president'? How the U.S. named its leader

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Supreme Court Justices Antonin Scalia and Ruth Bader Ginsburg in 2014. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Ginsburg And Scalia: 'Best Buddies'

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'You Bite Off A Little Bit': 'Mad Max' Editor On How To Shape A Film

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Martha Shearer got her voting rights back after serving time for a drug conviction. But her brother, convicted of a similar crime, was not able to get his voting rights restored. Gigi Douban/WBHM hide caption

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In Fight For Ballot Access, 'Moral Turpitude' Becomes A Litmus Test In One State

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Ruby Duncan is a Hillary Clinton supporter, and says younger women don't understand earlier struggles. Ina Jaffe/NPR hide caption

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In Nevada, Will A Generation Gap Over Democratic Candidates Persist?

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Navigating A Minefield Of Moral Quandaries And Consequences In 'A War'

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