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Protesters march during a rally in support of Army Pfc. Bradley Manning outside Fort Meade, Md., on Saturday. Manning, who is scheduled to face a court-martial beginning Monday, is accused of sending hundreds of thousands of classified records to WikiLeaks while working as an intelligence analyst in Baghdad. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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Intent To Harm At Center Of Bradley Manning's Trial

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Detroit's finances are so tight that unclaimed bodies can wait months or years for a pauper's burial. To help, Perry Funeral Home in Detroit has been holding free memorial services and cut-rate burials for unclaimed remains for years, like this service in 2009. Carlos Osorio/AP hide caption

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Cash-Strapped Cities Struggle To Bury Their Unclaimed Dead

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Surfers surround a celebrant who pours libations and says prayers to honor the spirit of surfers past and present and to give thanks to the sea for providing sustenance and recreation. Karen Grigsby Bates/NPR hide caption

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Barrier-Breaking Surfer's Legacy A Reminder Of Work To Do

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Michelle Williams (center) and two daughters visit the grave of her mother, Judy Williams, at Fairview Cemetery in Hyde Park, Mass., on May 11. Judy died in 2011. Ellen Webber for NPR hide caption

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A Boston Family's Struggle With TB Reveals A Stubborn Foe

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Surf Air CEO Wade Eyerly stands in front of one of the airline's turboprop planes in Burbank, Calif. Eyerly boasts that Surf Air will offer frequent commuters a corporate jet experience for not much more than regular airline prices. Wendy Kaufman/NPR hide caption

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Surf Air Offers 'All You Can Fly' For A Monthly Fee

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Reporter Donna Ali, 18, awaits her turn to go on air. Shabelle hires reporters as young as 15. Gregory Warner/NPR hide caption

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For Young Somali Journalists, Work Often Turns Deadly

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