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The School Shootings That Weren't

The federal government said schools reported 235 shootings in one school year. But an NPR investigation finds that more than two-thirds of these reported incidents never happened.

Fluid Dynamics Deeb
Theme from Endless Sunset Deeb
Vissel José González
Stories We Build, Stories We Tell José González
Yaruse Nakio No Beat Number Girl
Shift Mammal Hands
In the Treetops Mammal Hands
The Apartment Whale Fall
Kodiak Whale Fall

Assistant chef Michael Monteleone puts a finishing touch on cannabis-infused vegetable tarts. As more states legalize the use of recreational marijuana, the California chef is aiming to elevate haute cuisine to a new level. Jason Redmond/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Haute Pot: How High-End California Chefs Are Cashing In On Marijuana

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Cloud Act Klimeks
Purple Kush Klimeks
Cascade Chaz Bundick Meets The Mattson 2
Son Moi Chaz Bundick Meets The Mattson 2
Light 3 Nosaj Thing
Snap Nosaj Thing
Angels (Kygo Edit) The XX

An image of a rosehip neuron (top) and a connecting pyramidal cell (bottom). Tamas Lab/University of Szeged hide caption

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What Makes A Human Brain Unique? A Newly Discovered Neuron May Be A Clue

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Love Above Mokhov
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Chance to Leave The Halifax Pier
Untitled The Halifax Pier
Emersion Lamplighter

Without including a "control group" of sepsis patients who get the usual mix of drugs and fluids, even a big study comparing two other experimental approaches won't deliver helpful answers, critics say. Portra Images/Getty Images hide caption

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Critics Trying To Stop A Big Study Of Sepsis Say The Research Puts Patients At Risk

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