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Edward Bonet, 23, lives in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico, and works on the dive team at the Copamarina Beach Resort & Spa in the town of Guanica. He lives with his grandmother, while his mother and sister live in Central Florida. Coburn Dukehart/NPR hide caption

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Puerto Rico's Battered Economy: The Greece Of The Caribbean?

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This AR-15 rifle's lower receiver (in soft green color) was produced with a 3-D printer. The 3-D printing industry has criticized the use of the technology for gun part making. Courtesy of Defense Distributed Dev Blog hide caption

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Using 3-D Printers To Make Gun Parts Raises Alarms

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Building your own stuff boosts your feelings of pride and competence, and also signals to others that you are competent. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Why You Love That Ikea Table, Even If It's Crooked

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Is Online Gambling Legal If Bitcoins, Not Dollars, Are At Stake?

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Trash, much of it believed to be debris from the 2011 Japanese tsunami, litters the beach on Montague Island, Alaska, on Jan. 26. Annie Feidt for NPR hide caption

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Tsunami Debris On Alaska's Shores Like 'Standing In Landfill'

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Throwback Brewery co-owner Nicole Carrier and assistant brewer Chris Naro pour beer for customers at their North Hampton, N.H., taproom. Emily Corwin/NHPR hide caption

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New Hampshire Cuts Red Tape To Put Nanobreweries On Tap

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Maltipoo Shaggy is dressed as a Yankees fan at the Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade in New York City last year. Commentator Frank Deford says the Yankees are turning into a home for the assisted living. John Moore/Getty Images hide caption

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It's The Dog Days For America's Sports Dynasties

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