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YouTube Stars Stress Out, Just Like The Rest Of Us

Young YouTube stars work hard to look authentic and accessible, and they can make millions of dollars doing it. But the pressure to appear perfect while living online can sometimes be too much.

Energy Secretary Rick Perry had called for the study that says that a grid reliability problem could develop if more coal and nuclear power plants shut down. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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Coal, Nuclear Power Would Benefit From Energy Department's Power Grid Study

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Farmer Kevin Sullivan put solar panels on a portion of his property in Suffield, Conn. Patrick Skahill/WNPR hide caption

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For New England Farmers Looking To Make Ends Meet, The Sun Provides A Harvest

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YouTube Stars Stress Out, Just Like The Rest Of Us

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When The Tick (Peter Serafinowicz) attaches himself to Arthur (Griffin Newman), no tweezers in the world can separate them. Jessica Miglio/Amazon hide caption

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He's Big, He's Blue, And Now, He's Bingeable: 'The Tick' Returns

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Chuck E. Cheese's recently renovated San Antonio restaurant. The chain has plans to update its look inside and out — and will retire its (animatronic) house band. Darren Abate/AP hide caption

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Say Goodbye To The Pizza Time Players: Chuck E. Cheese Retires Its Band

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Army Spc. Kevin Bogucki, left, of the 82nd Airborne Division prepares for a training jump last month at Fort Bragg, N.C. Matt Couch/WUNC hide caption

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82nd Airborne Division Celebrates 100 Years

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