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Hidden Brain

Study: Reading 'Maxim' Can Make You A Theft Target

4 min

Study: Reading 'Maxim' Can Make You A Theft Target

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Energy Of The Future? California company Sierra Energy is testing out a reactor that turns garbage — like these wood chips, metal fragments and plastics — into synthetic gas that can then be turned into a low-carbon diesel fuel. Christopher Joyce/NPR hide caption

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Environment

A 'Green' Gold Rush? Calif. Firm Turns Trash To Gas

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A 'Green' Gold Rush? Calif. Firm Turns Trash To Gas

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The Record

A&M Records: Independent, With Major Appeal

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A&M Records: Independent, With Major Appeal

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NBA Commissioner David Stern speaks during a basketball news conference on Oct. 25. Stern announced he will retire on Feb. 1, 2014. Kathy Willens/AP hide caption

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Sweetness And Light

Dear Sports Czars: Take Your Ball And Go Home

3 min

Dear Sports Czars: Take Your Ball And Go Home

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