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Creative Hands is a therapy center in Washington, D.C., that used daily deals when it opened last year. Instead of bolstering revenue, the deals left Creative Hands' owner in the red. Ebony Bailey/NPR hide caption

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For Some Businesses, Daily Deals Have A Dark Side

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The U.S. Supreme Court took on a number of high-profile cases this term, including the decision to uphold the Affordable Care Act. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Has A Term To Remember

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Newspapers acknowledged publishing dozens of items in print or online from outsourcing firm Journatic that appeared under fake bylines. The Chicago Tribune, for example, said the matter is under investigation. But the newspaper's corporate parent, the Tribune Co., is a new investor in Journatic. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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Fake Bylines Reveal Hidden Costs Of Local News

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New government regulations require public pools to have chair lifts, like this one in Savannah, Ga., for people with disabilities. The compliance deadline has been extended for a second time. Russ Bynum/AP hide caption

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Despite Delays, Chair Lifts Coming To Public Pools

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Capt. Zachariah Fike helped reunite sisters Adeline Rockko (left) and Mary Piccoli with the Purple Heart medal of their late brother, Army Pvt. Corrado Piccoli. Courtesy of Zachariah Fike hide caption

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Sending Vets' Lost Medals, And Memories, Home

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Volunteers distribute food outside a Philadelphia Department of Public Health hearing in March on rules banning outdoor food distribution. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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Laws That Target Homeless Imperil Programs That Feed Them Outdoors

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Coral polyps feed in the plankton-rich waters by Santa Catalina, Panama. A new study of coral reefs off the Pacific coast of Panama shows that dead coral reefs may be able to recover from rising ocean temperatures and other environmental disasters. laszlo-photo/Flickr hide caption

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Dead Reefs Can Come Back To Life, Study Says

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A local organization is trying to curb HIV transmission rates among gay men in Kisumu, Kenya. eduardoavila/Flickr hide caption

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Kenya's HIV Challenge: Easing Stigma For Gay Men

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