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A prison official examines the damage a day after a powerful earthquake hit the west coast of Indonesia in Banda Aceh on April 12. Adek Berry/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Big Quakes Signal Changes Coming To Earth's Crust

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SoloPower is betting it will succeed where others have failed with a $197 million loan from the Department of Energy. SoloPower/PRNewsFoto/AP hide caption

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In Solyndra's Wake, Solar Company Sees Bright Spot

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Author J.K. Rowling arrives at the world premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, in Leicester Square in central London. Matt Crossick/PA Photos/Landov hide caption

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Listen to Part One of the Interview

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court is still deciding on whether to allow the state's new rules that require voters to show picture ID when voting will be allowed this election. In case it is approved, Kathleen Herbert went to a downtown Philadelphia DMV office to get her photo ID updated for voting. Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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Pa. Voters Battle Bureaucracy Ahead Of ID Law Ruling

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Donna Summer in 1976. YouTube's Chris Maxcy says the company targets advertising to videos by artists like her and gives a share of the revenue from it to the track's label and publisher. Keystone/Getty Images hide caption

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YouTube Shares Ad Revenue With Musicians, But Does It Add Up?

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U.S. troops from the 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regiment patrol at dawn in Kandalay, Afghanistan on Aug. 4, 2011. A worldwide stand down for troops to take part in suicide prevention training Thursday is part of the Army's response to an alarming suicide rate of nearly one per day. Romeo Gacad/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Army Seeks To Curb Rising Tide Of Suicides

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Lucy Liu and Jonny Lee Miller star as modern versions of Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes on the CBS drama Elementary. David M. Russell/CBS hide caption

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A Woman As Sherlock's Dr. Watson is 'Elementary'

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