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Researchers have sequenced the genome of the common water flea, Daphnia, shown in this false-color micrograph. About 35 percent of the genes are brand new to science. Jan Michels/Christian-Albrechts-Universitat zu Kiel hide caption

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Tiny Water Flea Clocks In Record Number Of Genes

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The Bank Regulators' Book Club

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Workers remove snow from the roof of a Home Depot in Methuen, Mass., on Tuesday. After a massive snowstorm, many rooftops in the Northeast were feared to be close to their weight limits. Cheryl Senter/AP hide caption

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There's No Business Like Snow Business This Winter

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Crime-scene barrier tape is seen at the University of Texas at Austin after a gunman opened fire and then killed himself in September. Such incidents prompted lawmakers in the state to push legislation removing "premises of higher education" as gun-free zones. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Texas Lawmakers Aim For Guns On College Campuses

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The Green Bay Packers and the Pittsburgh Steelers battle it out on Sunday for the NFL title — but which team has the best music? Getty Images hide caption

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Can Music Predict The Super Bowl Winner?

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