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Bill Internicola, a 91-year-old veteran of World War II, was one of the voters targeted by Florida as a potential noncitizen. Internicola was ordered to prove his citizenship or lose the right to vote. He is flanked by U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, who called on Florida Gov. Rick Scott to stop the purge of voter rolls immediately. Taimy Alvarez/MCT/Landov hide caption

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World War II Vet Caught Up In Florida's Voter Purge Controversy

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Monsignor William Lynn leaves the Criminal Justice Center in Philadelphia in March. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Catholic Abuse Case Going To Jury In Philadelphia

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HealthOne is a Colorado hospital chain that is opening a psychiatric ward to take pressure off its hospitals' emergency rooms, including the one on the billboard. Eric Whitney/CPR hide caption

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As Psychiatric Wards Close, Patients Languish In Emergency Rooms

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Brass bricks known as Stolperstein, or "stumbling stones," in front of a home in Raesfeld, Germany, where five members of a single family were forcibly removed by the Nazis. Across Germany, the stones commemorate the millions of victims of the Nazi regime. Jeffrey Katz/NPR hide caption

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Stumbling Upon Mini Memorials To Holocaust Victims

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A sign outside a McDonald's restaurant in Chesterland, Ohio, advertises job openings earlier this month. Amy Sancetta/AP hide caption

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The Fine Political Art Of Jobs Forecasting

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Queen Elizabeth II arrives for an event with The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, 5th Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Scotland, in London on Wednesday. AFP/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tina Brown's Must Reads: The Queen's Jubilee

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Sgt. Kyle Gonzales, a sniper with the 82nd Airborne, has a cigarette after a gun battle near the village of Babaker, Giro district, Ghazni province. The soldiers have engaged in gun battles every time they push into the hamlets north of their forward operating base. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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On The Way Back To Base: 'We're Gonna Get Shot At'

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A demonstrator holds a copy of the U.S. Constitution to his chest as he attends a protest in downtown San Antonio on March 23. Eric Gay/AP hide caption

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Right Fears Entitlements Are Killing American Dream

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