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Coal miners are tested for black lung. Recently, the deadly disease has been discovered in younger miners and at more advanced stages. David Deal for NPR hide caption

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Black-Lung Rule Loopholes Leave Miners Vulnerable

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Jennifer Larr (center) is seen here in Rwanda at the Gashora Girls Academy, where she was a teacher in 2011. Larr is part of a new generation of young adults focusing on travel, studying abroad and global experiences. Courtesy of Jennifer Larr hide caption

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'Globals' Generation Focuses On Experience

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Fireworks light the night sky above the National Stadium, known as the Bird's Nest, during the closing ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games. The stadium is largely empty these days. Franck Fife/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China's Post-Olympic Woe: How To Fill An Empty Nest

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Samsung won a victory Monday in its global patent war with Apple. The British judge said Samsung's Galaxy Tab (right) is "not as cool" as the iPad (left). Gero Breloer/AP hide caption

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Judge: Samsung's Galaxy Tab Not As 'Cool' As iPad

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Brian Gasiewski removes the external housing for an industrial shock absorber from a CNC, or computer numerical control, machine at Fitzpatrick Manufacturing Co. in Sterling Heights, Mich. Duane Burleson/AP hide caption

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For Manufacturing Jobs, Workers Brush Up On Math

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Josh Walling and Randi Cartmill with their children, Jacqueline, Josh and Ryan. Josh Walling says his family, whose household income is below the national median, would lose a substantial amount of money if the Bush tax cuts expired. Courtesy of Randi Cartmill hide caption

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Bush Tax Cuts: The New Middle-Class Norm

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A sign on undeveloped land welcomes visitors to "New Toshka City." Toshka was to be a new settlement along the Upper Nile Valley, complete with enough jobs and infrastructure to support the relocation of 20 million Egyptians from polluted and over-crowded cities. Holly Pickett/Redux hide caption

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Mubarak's Dream Remains Just That In Egypt's Desert

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Palestinians collect their belongings after Israeli bulldozers raze their house in an Arab neighborhood in east Jerusalem on Feb. 9. Ahmad Gharbali/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Walls Of Palestinian Homes Come Tumbling Down

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Alan Cumming plays Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Banquo and many other characters in a one-man adaptation of Shakespeare's tragedy set in a psychiatric ward. The show plays as part of the Lincoln Center Festival in New York through July 14. Manuel Harlan/Lincoln Center hide caption

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A One-Man Madhouse, With Murder On His Mind

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