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Archbishop of Mobile Thomas Rodi blesses the fleet in Bayou La Batre Sunday. He asked God to bless those who are working to contain and to stop the oil leak. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Gulf Town Asks God To Protect Its Livelihoods

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Mary Ann Vecchio screams as she kneels over the body of Jeffrey Miller after he was shot during an anti-war demonstration at Kent State University in Ohio on May 4, 1970. Four students were killed when Ohio National Guard troops fired at some 600 anti-war demonstrators. This photo, taken by John Filo, won the Pulitzer Prize. Courtesy of John Filo via WKSU hide caption

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Shots Still Reverberate For Survivors Of Kent State

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Dr. Nelson is researching a treatment for primary ovarian insufficiency. Michael Spencer, NIH hide caption

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Irregular Period? It Could Be More Than Just Stress

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Though people with Williams Syndrome are known for being hyper-social, the disorder has many other facets, some of which are incredibly isolating. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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A Genetic Drive To Love, Yet Distanced By Differences

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Adrian Kohler, co-founder of the company that made War Horse's puppets, uses the techniques and tools of shipbuilding -- his father was a shipwright -- to build his creations. Simon Annand hide caption

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In London, A Stirring 'War Horse' Of A Drama

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