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Boxer Muhammad Ali weighs in before his heavyweight bout with Jerry Quarry on Oct. 20, 1970, in Atlanta. AP hide caption

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Remembrances

Boxer Muhammad Ali, 'The Greatest Of All Time,' Dies At 74

The man considered the greatest boxer of all time inspired millions by standing up for his principles during the 1960s, and by always entertaining — in the boxing ring and in front of a microphone.

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Boxer Muhammad Ali, 'The Greatest Of All Time,' Dies At 74

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Zoo visitors look at protesters and mourners from a walk bridge during a vigil for the gorilla Harambe outside the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden. John Minchillo/AP hide caption

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If Gorilla's Death Moves You, Consider Other Animals' Plights

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Scientists in California are turning to big data to help save the red-legged frog, which is listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. Gary Kittleson hide caption

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All Tech Considered

Using Algorithms To Catch The Sounds Of Endangered Frogs

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Using Algorithms To Catch The Sounds Of Endangered Frogs

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Olga Bell's latest album, Tempo, is a move away from her classical roots — and towards electronic dance music. Nicholas Prakas/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Olga Bell: From Russian Classical Pianist To Brooklynite Dance Musician

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Pope Francis hugs Sister Carmen Sammut, a missionary sister of Our Lady of Africa, at the Vatican on May 12. The pope said he was willing to create a commission to study whether women can be deacons in the Catholic Church, signaling an openness to letting women serve in ordained ministry currently reserved to men. AP hide caption

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Seizing On Pope's Remarks, Women Meet In Rome To Discuss Female Priesthood

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An attendee hands a U.S. $2 bill to Donald Trump during a town hall event in Gaffney, S.C., on Feb. 18. Luke Sharrett/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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At Least 4 SuperPACs Are Jostling For Donald Trump's Seal Of Approval

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Morehouse College freshmen Philip Rucker, Damon Redding and Tyree Stevenson use a programming language called Python to plot a map of weather stations in the United States. Tasnim Shamma/WABE hide caption

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Coding While Black: Hacking The Future Of The Tech Industry

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Kronos Quartet has commissioned 50 pieces of music for its latest project, Fifty for the Future. Jay Blakesberg/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Kronos Quartet Wants To Give You Free Music — And Teach You How To Play It

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