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How much pollution is in your California neighborhood? Find out with this interactive: http://bit.ly/1ifli1Z

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Debbie Rohr moved her family back into her mother's home last October. She joins us to talk about the experience of more and more Californians ages 50 to 64 in recent years in the grim economic aftermath of the Great Recession. "The Middle Ages" columnist +Chris Erskine hosts with reporter +Walter Hamilton.  
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In case you missed it, check out our midnight bike ride down the #bostonmarathon  route. #Boston   #bostonstrong  
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Join +Katie Landan and +Salvador Rodriguez for a first look at the sleek new smartphone. 
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Scientists have replicated one of the most significant accomplishments in stem cell research by creating human embryos that were clones of two men.

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Scientists have replicated one of the most significant accomplishments in stem cell research by creating human embryos that were clones of two men.
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All kinds of silly coded language that doesn't mean much...False.
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The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced today it has found the underwater wreck of the passenger steamer City of Chester, which sank in 1888 in a collision in dense fog near where the Golden Gate Bridge stands today.
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I think it is cool when they find old ship wrecks
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Angels slugger Albert Pujols joined an exclusive club today: He became the 26th player in major league history to hit 500 home runs. He's the third-youngest player to reach the milestone.

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WASHINGTON — Some 18,000 men have played major league baseball since 1876, and only 26 of them have hit 500 home runs in their career.
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Thousands of bills are introduced in a congressional session, but only a fraction become law. Even without that success, they call attention to their causes — or their sponsors. Some of the eclectic measures currently awaiting action in Congress include the Apollo Lunar Landing Legacy Act, which would establish a national historical park on the moon, and the SPA Act, which would prohibit the operation of the House gym during a government shutdown.

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Thousands of bills are introduced in a congressional session, but only a fraction become law. Even without that success, they call attention to their causes — or their sponsors. Here are a few of the eclectic measures awaiting action in Congress .
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How Golden retriever 'comfort dogs' are helping Boston heal one year after the Boston Marathon bombing:
Just a few blocks from the Boston Marathon finish line, people were lined up Saturday, awaiting the arrival of a quartet of unusual healers.
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New York's smallest museum (called simply Museum) is tucked inside a 60-square-foot elevator shaft in a trash-strewn alley in Chinatown. Its founders say it's not meant to be quirky; their goal is to celebrate the beauty of everyday objects and the stories behind them. Part of the collection is permanent, including, they say, the shoe thrown at George W. Bush in 2008 during his visit to Iraq. Other pieces, like a collection of tip jars and a display of potato chip bags from around the world, rotate.
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