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Lulabelle Berry surveys the 600 acres she and her husband, Jimmy, own in the Ozarks near Mountain View, Ark. Berry walks laps on her porch to aid her recovery from a stroke. She says she's grateful for the drug that saved her life. "It's been a good life," she says. Sarah Jane Tribble for Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Rural Hospitals Struggle To Stock Expensive Drugs That Could Save Lives

A federal drug program blocks rural hospitals from getting discounts on rare-disease drugs, forcing staff to cut back on supplies of lifesaving medicines.

Harvest Moon Poolside
Same Beat [Instrumental][Version] Damu the Fudgemunk

Millennials were the largest group of homebuyers for the fourth consecutive year, according to the National Association of Realtors. Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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As Millennials Get Older, Many Are Buying SUVs To Drive To Their Suburban Homes

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Do the Whirlwind Architecture in Helsinki
Safe In L.A. Gold Motel
Who David Byrne & St. Vincent
Talking Backwards Real Estate
Lovers Spazzkid

Lulabelle Berry surveys the 600 acres she and her husband, Jimmy, own in the Ozarks near Mountain View, Ark. Berry walks laps on her porch to aid her recovery from a stroke. She says she's grateful for the drug that saved her life. "It's been a good life," she says. Sarah Jane Tribble for Kaiser Health News hide caption

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Rural Hospitals Struggle To Stock Expensive Drugs That Could Save Lives

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An Evening I will Not Forget Dermot Kennedy
King Of Jazz Mujo
Italy Samiyam
Coffin in the Clouds Hot Sugar
Dots DJ Premier

Smoke plumes rise from the Rice Ridge Fire in August, behind Montana's Seeley Lake Elementary School, in Seeley Lake, Mont. Eric Whitney/MTPR hide caption

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Montanans Pitch In To Bring Clean Air To Smoky Classrooms

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Korea St. Lenox
Friday Sky Babeheaven

A Houston resident walks through waist-deep water while evacuating her home after severe flooding following Hurricane Harvey in north Houston. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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After Hurricane Katrina, Many People Found New Strength

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Bet She Looks Like You Nick Hakim

Eleven-year-old Frank "FX" Giaccio walks with President Donald Trump while mowing the grass in the Rose Garden of the White House on Friday. Also pictured is Frank's father, Greg Giaccio. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Mowing In America: 11-Year-Old Entrepreneur Tackles White House Lawn

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Love Lost The Temper Trap

Protesters gathered Friday in St. Louis, after a judge found a white former St. Louis police officer not guilty of first-degree murder in the death of a black man, Anthony Lamar Smith. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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Protests In St. Louis After Ex-Cop Acquitted In Anthony Lamar Smith Murder Case

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Your Silent Face New Order

One of the more memorable TV theme songs in recent years comes from Stranger Things. Its theme was composed by Kyle Dixon (left) and Michael Stein, shown here performing at the 2017 ASCAP Screen Music Awards. Lester Cohen/Getty Images for ASCAP hide caption

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What Does It Take To Write A Hit TV Theme Song?

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Get 'Em Out By Friday Genesis

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