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 Mortgage Meltdown,  Wall Street Journal

Mortgage Meltdown, Wall Street Journal

 Veteran and longtime gun owner Shane Hooper poses for portraits with his Smith & Wesson M&P .40 at his home in Eugene, OR. Hooper has been trying (unsuccessfully) to get rid of the two guns he currently owns after surviving the 2017 Las Vegas shooting at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, that left 58 people dead and 851 injured.

Veteran and longtime gun owner Shane Hooper poses for portraits with his Smith & Wesson M&P .40 at his home in Eugene, OR. Hooper has been trying (unsuccessfully) to get rid of the two guns he currently owns after surviving the 2017 Las Vegas shooting at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, that left 58 people dead and 851 injured.

 Ammon Bundy keeps a copy of the US constitution in his pocket while in jail,  The Guardian.

Ammon Bundy keeps a copy of the US constitution in his pocket while in jail, The Guardian.

 A Different Kind of Normal: Life with Asperger's Syndrome, RACC Grant

A Different Kind of Normal: Life with Asperger's Syndrome, RACC Grant

 Sterling Green, a former rodeo cowboy who now suffers from dementia, Project Dayshoot

Sterling Green, a former rodeo cowboy who now suffers from dementia, Project Dayshoot

 Kahmussa Green, 7, plays in the yard of her home in Warm Springs, OR. Adopted by her mother, Charlie Green, her name means respect. Born to an addicted mother, this lover of ballet spent the first days of her life going through withdrawal. Project Dayshoot.

Kahmussa Green, 7, plays in the yard of her home in Warm Springs, OR. Adopted by her mother, Charlie Green, her name means respect. Born to an addicted mother, this lover of ballet spent the first days of her life going through withdrawal. Project Dayshoot.

 A Different Kind of Normal: Life with Asperger's Syndrome, RACC Grant

A Different Kind of Normal: Life with Asperger's Syndrome, RACC Grant

 AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant

AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant

 AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant

AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant

 AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant

AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant

 Today’s Lab Rats of Obesity: Furry Couch Potatoes,  The New York Times

Today’s Lab Rats of Obesity: Furry Couch Potatoes, The New York Times

 Rural Poverty,  The New York Times

Rural Poverty, The New York Times

 Portland Squared

Portland Squared

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 Evangelical Ukrainian Christian Immigrants,  The New York Times

Evangelical Ukrainian Christian Immigrants, The New York Times

 Postpartum Depression,  The New York Times

Postpartum Depression, The New York Times

 Water Wars,  Rotarian Magazine

Water Wars, Rotarian Magazine

 No Country for Middle-Aged Men,  Mother Jones

No Country for Middle-Aged Men, Mother Jones

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 Age 13, Hermann, Missouri, population 2,674.

Age 13, Hermann, Missouri, population 2,674.

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 Hype, Money and Cornstarch: What It Takes to Win at Westminster,  The New York Times

Hype, Money and Cornstarch: What It Takes to Win at Westminster, The New York Times

 Riding the Laughter Into Another Sunset, The San Diego Chicken,  The New York Times

Riding the Laughter Into Another Sunset, The San Diego Chicken, The New York Times

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 To keep the pension system afloat, cities, counties and school districts throughout Oregon are being told by the Public Employees Retirement System to contribute more and more money. They cannot raise local taxes fast enough to keep up. As a result, pensions are crowding out other spending, and essential government services like schools and policing are getting slashed. The New York Times

To keep the pension system afloat, cities, counties and school districts throughout Oregon are being told by the Public Employees Retirement System to contribute more and more money. They cannot raise local taxes fast enough to keep up. As a result, pensions are crowding out other spending, and essential government services like schools and policing are getting slashed. The New York Times

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 Approximately 3,000 people marched in the second annual Women's March for Action in downtown Eugene, OR. Cecelia Honey, 50 from Eugene who was leading the march with the Brazillian percussion ensemble, Samba Ja. She's here, "To protest the psychopath in DC and let him know we are not going to sit down and take it." For women in 2018 she said, "I want to end this rape culture." The New York Times.

Approximately 3,000 people marched in the second annual Women's March for Action in downtown Eugene, OR. Cecelia Honey, 50 from Eugene who was leading the march with the Brazillian percussion ensemble, Samba Ja. She's here, "To protest the psychopath in DC and let him know we are not going to sit down and take it." For women in 2018 she said, "I want to end this rape culture." The New York Times.

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 4 year old Caspian Soto poses for a portrait with his mother and father Krista and Zack Soto. This past week Caspian became the youngest person to have a new form of gene-based therapy treatment for a rare type of inherited vision loss. It's called Luxturna and is made by a company called Sparks Therapeutics and was approved in January but only a dozen or so patients have had it because the cost is around $850,000. Caspian, whose surgery was covered by insurance, was blind for the first 9 months of his life and now has blind spots and can only see in very bright light. He will undergo a second surgery on his left eye next week. The Wall Street Journal

4 year old Caspian Soto poses for a portrait with his mother and father Krista and Zack Soto. This past week Caspian became the youngest person to have a new form of gene-based therapy treatment for a rare type of inherited vision loss. It's called Luxturna and is made by a company called Sparks Therapeutics and was approved in January but only a dozen or so patients have had it because the cost is around $850,000. Caspian, whose surgery was covered by insurance, was blind for the first 9 months of his life and now has blind spots and can only see in very bright light. He will undergo a second surgery on his left eye next week. The Wall Street Journal

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 On Thursday, August 23. 2012 Kirby Francis poses for a portrait at his home in Portland, OR.  In 2006, Francis was in a car accident that left him with $130,000 in medical bills.  The other driver had Oregon's minimum insurance, whihc is $50,000 bodily injury.  He is thankful that he had underinsurance through his policy with Amica because his medical bills were paid quickly and easily and he received a small settlement from them as well.

On Thursday, August 23. 2012 Kirby Francis poses for a portrait at his home in Portland, OR. In 2006, Francis was in a car accident that left him with $130,000 in medical bills. The other driver had Oregon's minimum insurance, whihc is $50,000 bodily injury. He is thankful that he had underinsurance through his policy with Amica because his medical bills were paid quickly and easily and he received a small settlement from them as well.

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 On Wednesday, July 2, 2008 John Payne aka The One Arm Bandit poses for a picture.  Payne is a specialty act at the Molalla Buckeroo annual rodeo held July 3 until the 6th.  Soaring gas prices are hard on everyone, but cowboys and cowgirls say they're changing their lifestyles to adjust to the heavy expense of travelling from places like Texas and Arkansas to come to the Molalla Buckaroo and other rodeos.  Payne says that is used to cost him $100 to fill-up, now it is around $500.

On Wednesday, July 2, 2008 John Payne aka The One Arm Bandit poses for a picture. Payne is a specialty act at the Molalla Buckeroo annual rodeo held July 3 until the 6th. Soaring gas prices are hard on everyone, but cowboys and cowgirls say they're changing their lifestyles to adjust to the heavy expense of travelling from places like Texas and Arkansas to come to the Molalla Buckaroo and other rodeos. Payne says that is used to cost him $100 to fill-up, now it is around $500.

 In his bedroom at night Owen Lanahan, age 15, make beats, watches Youtube video, and texts his friends under the covers to hide from his mom. He says he will stay up until around 2am once or twice a week doing this. Currently there is a term for this called "vamping" where kids will stay up all night on their computers and social media. The New York Times

In his bedroom at night Owen Lanahan, age 15, make beats, watches Youtube video, and texts his friends under the covers to hide from his mom. He says he will stay up until around 2am once or twice a week doing this. Currently there is a term for this called "vamping" where kids will stay up all night on their computers and social media. The New York Times

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 Mortgage Meltdown,  Wall Street Journal
 Veteran and longtime gun owner Shane Hooper poses for portraits with his Smith & Wesson M&P .40 at his home in Eugene, OR. Hooper has been trying (unsuccessfully) to get rid of the two guns he currently owns after surviving the 2017 Las Vegas shooting at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, that left 58 people dead and 851 injured.
 Ammon Bundy keeps a copy of the US constitution in his pocket while in jail,  The Guardian.
 A Different Kind of Normal: Life with Asperger's Syndrome, RACC Grant
 Sterling Green, a former rodeo cowboy who now suffers from dementia, Project Dayshoot
 Kahmussa Green, 7, plays in the yard of her home in Warm Springs, OR. Adopted by her mother, Charlie Green, her name means respect. Born to an addicted mother, this lover of ballet spent the first days of her life going through withdrawal. Project Dayshoot.
 A Different Kind of Normal: Life with Asperger's Syndrome, RACC Grant
 AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant
 AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant
 AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant
 Today’s Lab Rats of Obesity: Furry Couch Potatoes,  The New York Times
 Rural Poverty,  The New York Times
 Portland Squared
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 Evangelical Ukrainian Christian Immigrants,  The New York Times
 Postpartum Depression,  The New York Times
 Water Wars,  Rotarian Magazine
 No Country for Middle-Aged Men,  Mother Jones
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 Age 13, Hermann, Missouri, population 2,674.
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 Hype, Money and Cornstarch: What It Takes to Win at Westminster,  The New York Times
 Riding the Laughter Into Another Sunset, The San Diego Chicken,  The New York Times
20170818_McKelvey_085.jpg
 To keep the pension system afloat, cities, counties and school districts throughout Oregon are being told by the Public Employees Retirement System to contribute more and more money. They cannot raise local taxes fast enough to keep up. As a result, pensions are crowding out other spending, and essential government services like schools and policing are getting slashed. The New York Times
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 Approximately 3,000 people marched in the second annual Women's March for Action in downtown Eugene, OR. Cecelia Honey, 50 from Eugene who was leading the march with the Brazillian percussion ensemble, Samba Ja. She's here, "To protest the psychopath in DC and let him know we are not going to sit down and take it." For women in 2018 she said, "I want to end this rape culture." The New York Times.
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 4 year old Caspian Soto poses for a portrait with his mother and father Krista and Zack Soto. This past week Caspian became the youngest person to have a new form of gene-based therapy treatment for a rare type of inherited vision loss. It's called Luxturna and is made by a company called Sparks Therapeutics and was approved in January but only a dozen or so patients have had it because the cost is around $850,000. Caspian, whose surgery was covered by insurance, was blind for the first 9 months of his life and now has blind spots and can only see in very bright light. He will undergo a second surgery on his left eye next week. The Wall Street Journal
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 On Thursday, August 23. 2012 Kirby Francis poses for a portrait at his home in Portland, OR.  In 2006, Francis was in a car accident that left him with $130,000 in medical bills.  The other driver had Oregon's minimum insurance, whihc is $50,000 bodily injury.  He is thankful that he had underinsurance through his policy with Amica because his medical bills were paid quickly and easily and he received a small settlement from them as well.
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 On Wednesday, July 2, 2008 John Payne aka The One Arm Bandit poses for a picture.  Payne is a specialty act at the Molalla Buckeroo annual rodeo held July 3 until the 6th.  Soaring gas prices are hard on everyone, but cowboys and cowgirls say they're changing their lifestyles to adjust to the heavy expense of travelling from places like Texas and Arkansas to come to the Molalla Buckaroo and other rodeos.  Payne says that is used to cost him $100 to fill-up, now it is around $500.
 In his bedroom at night Owen Lanahan, age 15, make beats, watches Youtube video, and texts his friends under the covers to hide from his mom. He says he will stay up until around 2am once or twice a week doing this. Currently there is a term for this called "vamping" where kids will stay up all night on their computers and social media. The New York Times
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Mortgage Meltdown, Wall Street Journal

Veteran and longtime gun owner Shane Hooper poses for portraits with his Smith & Wesson M&P .40 at his home in Eugene, OR. Hooper has been trying (unsuccessfully) to get rid of the two guns he currently owns after surviving the 2017 Las Vegas shooting at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, that left 58 people dead and 851 injured.

Ammon Bundy keeps a copy of the US constitution in his pocket while in jail, The Guardian.

A Different Kind of Normal: Life with Asperger's Syndrome, RACC Grant

Sterling Green, a former rodeo cowboy who now suffers from dementia, Project Dayshoot

Kahmussa Green, 7, plays in the yard of her home in Warm Springs, OR. Adopted by her mother, Charlie Green, her name means respect. Born to an addicted mother, this lover of ballet spent the first days of her life going through withdrawal. Project Dayshoot.

A Different Kind of Normal: Life with Asperger's Syndrome, RACC Grant

AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant

AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant

AIDS in India, made possible by a Fulbright Grant

Today’s Lab Rats of Obesity: Furry Couch Potatoes, The New York Times

Rural Poverty, The New York Times

Portland Squared

Evangelical Ukrainian Christian Immigrants, The New York Times

Postpartum Depression, The New York Times

Water Wars, Rotarian Magazine

No Country for Middle-Aged Men, Mother Jones

Age 13, Hermann, Missouri, population 2,674.

Hype, Money and Cornstarch: What It Takes to Win at Westminster, The New York Times

Riding the Laughter Into Another Sunset, The San Diego Chicken, The New York Times

To keep the pension system afloat, cities, counties and school districts throughout Oregon are being told by the Public Employees Retirement System to contribute more and more money. They cannot raise local taxes fast enough to keep up. As a result, pensions are crowding out other spending, and essential government services like schools and policing are getting slashed. The New York Times

Approximately 3,000 people marched in the second annual Women's March for Action in downtown Eugene, OR. Cecelia Honey, 50 from Eugene who was leading the march with the Brazillian percussion ensemble, Samba Ja. She's here, "To protest the psychopath in DC and let him know we are not going to sit down and take it." For women in 2018 she said, "I want to end this rape culture." The New York Times.

4 year old Caspian Soto poses for a portrait with his mother and father Krista and Zack Soto. This past week Caspian became the youngest person to have a new form of gene-based therapy treatment for a rare type of inherited vision loss. It's called Luxturna and is made by a company called Sparks Therapeutics and was approved in January but only a dozen or so patients have had it because the cost is around $850,000. Caspian, whose surgery was covered by insurance, was blind for the first 9 months of his life and now has blind spots and can only see in very bright light. He will undergo a second surgery on his left eye next week. The Wall Street Journal

On Thursday, August 23. 2012 Kirby Francis poses for a portrait at his home in Portland, OR. In 2006, Francis was in a car accident that left him with $130,000 in medical bills. The other driver had Oregon's minimum insurance, whihc is $50,000 bodily injury. He is thankful that he had underinsurance through his policy with Amica because his medical bills were paid quickly and easily and he received a small settlement from them as well.

On Wednesday, July 2, 2008 John Payne aka The One Arm Bandit poses for a picture. Payne is a specialty act at the Molalla Buckeroo annual rodeo held July 3 until the 6th. Soaring gas prices are hard on everyone, but cowboys and cowgirls say they're changing their lifestyles to adjust to the heavy expense of travelling from places like Texas and Arkansas to come to the Molalla Buckaroo and other rodeos. Payne says that is used to cost him $100 to fill-up, now it is around $500.

In his bedroom at night Owen Lanahan, age 15, make beats, watches Youtube video, and texts his friends under the covers to hide from his mom. He says he will stay up until around 2am once or twice a week doing this. Currently there is a term for this called "vamping" where kids will stay up all night on their computers and social media. The New York Times

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