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Mammography has helped increase the early detection of breast tumors. Now, researchers say, the goal is to discern which of those tumors need aggressive treatment, including chemotherapy or radiation after surgery. Chicago Tribune/Getty Images hide caption

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Tumor Test Helps Identify Which Breast Cancers Don't Require Extra Treatment

Researchers say the test, which measures gene activity, can help avoid "overtreating" tumors that are not life-threatening. It might allow some patients to avoid radiation and chemotherapy.

The helmet Knievel wore in his Caesars Palace jump attempt. The resulting crash film was shown over and over again, launching Evel's career. Frank Morris /KCUR hide caption

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A New Museum Dares To Showcase Stuntman Evel Knievel

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Mammography has helped increase the early detection of breast tumors. Now, researchers say, the goal is to discern which of those tumors need aggressive treatment, including chemotherapy or radiation after surgery. Chicago Tribune/Getty Images hide caption

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Tumor Test Helps Identify Which Breast Cancers Don't Require Extra Treatment

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Comedian Mike Myers grew up an avid Toronto Maple Leafs fan, mostly playing street hockey on tennis courts in the suburb of Scarborough. The reason for his first visit to Chicago, where he would later perform with The Second City comedy troupe? To take in a Chicago Blackhawks game before the team's stadium was torn down. Courtesy of Mike Myers and Doubleday Canada hide caption

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'Feel The Civility': Comedian Mike Myers On Canada — And 'Canada'

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Weiqi Zhu, an equity derivatives trader in Hong Kong, is one of an increasing number of financial sector employees from mainland China who are dominating the city's banking sector. Rob Schmitz/NPR hide caption

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How Hong Kong's Banks Turned Chinese

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Researchers monitored the health of these wild bees, from the species Osmia bicornis. They nest inside small cavities, such as hollow reeds. Courtesy of Centre for Ecology & Hydrology hide caption

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Pesticides Are Harming Bees — But Not Everywhere, Major New Study Shows

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Zoë, Maddy and Nick Waters, 10-year-old triplets from Bloomington, Ind. Courtesy of StoryCorps hide caption

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The Ups And Downs Of Togetherness And Independence When You're A Triplet

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Daniel Harnsberger is Appalachian Mountain Wrestling's Dan Richards, the Progressive Liberal, a trash-talking East Coast elite. Brendon Miller/Bluegrass Sports Nation hide caption

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Appalachian Wrestling's Greatest Villain: 'The Progressive Liberal'

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JAY-Z, shown performing at Barclays Center of Brooklyn Oct. 20, 2015, has released 4:44, his first album in four years. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for TIDAL hide caption

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JAY-Z Bares His Soul On '4:44'

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