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Wind turbines along the Columbia River Gorge near Goldendale, Wash. The Obama administration is hoping that a bet on green technologies will create the jobs of the future. Rick Bowmer/AP hide caption

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Is Obama's Bet On Green Jobs Risky?

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Border Lights Booka & the Flaming Geckos
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An X-ray shows the dual turbinelike blood pumps that replaced Craig Lewis' heart. These devices were used in a last attempt to save his life. Courtesy of the Texas Heart Institute hide caption

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Heart With No Beat Offers Hope Of New Lease On Life

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By juicing up special cardiac stem cells, researchers hope to find a way for human hearts to heal when they're injured by a heart attack. PRNewsFoto/Zygote Media Group, Inc. via AP hide caption

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All Pumped Up: Can Stem Cells Fix Human Hearts?

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Hopper Joan Jeanrenaud, PC Munoz
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33 1/3 Joan Jeanrenaud, PC Munoz
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90 Days Same as Cash The Bo-Keys

A vegetable seller waits for customers at Ataba market in Cairo. Tourism has dropped since the revolution that removed President Hosni Mubarak from office, and Egypt's economy is sagging. Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images hide caption

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Arab Spring Leaves Egypt In An Economic Slump

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Tents Marcel Khalife

Trent Fucci and Nancy King fill out lottery tickets for The Book of Mormon in front of a Broadway theater. The play has been sold out since previews. Margot Adler/NPR hide caption

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'Book of Mormon' Draws Hopefuls Into Ticket Lottery

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Powerhouse (Short Version) Various

A line worker checks vehicles at GM's Hamtramck assembly plant in Hamtramck, Mich. With potential buyers on a waiting list for its electric Chevrolet Volt, GM is building a new plant in Maryland. Paul Sancya/AP hide caption

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Can Electric Cars Put A Jolt In The Job Market?

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Colorado Tribe Puts Cultural Riches On Display

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