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Veetek Witkowski holds a newly assembled AR-15 rifle at the Stag Arms company in New Britain, Conn., in April. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Why The AR-15 Is More Than Just A Gun

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Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick joined state officials, clean energy advocates and union representatives to break ground for the New Bedford Marine Commerce Terminal. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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Can An Old Massachusetts Fishing Port Light The World Again?

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Before And After: These near-infrared images of Uranus show the planet as seen without adaptive optics (left) and with the technology turned on (right). Courtesy of Heidi B. Hammel and Imke de Pater hide caption

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For Sharpest Views, Scope The Sky With Quick-Change Mirrors

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Hospitals and organ banks could get more leeway in decisions about donations. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Proposed Changes In Organ Donation Stir Debate

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The last high rise at Chicago's Cabrini-Green public housing complex was demolished in 2011. M. Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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In Chicago, Public Housing Experiment Enters New Phase

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Little Green opens in 1967 and follows Easy Rawlins' search for a young man who disappeared after visiting the Sunset Strip, seen here in 1966. HF/AP hide caption

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Ever-Changing L.A. Links Walter Mosley To His Mid-Century P.I.

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