The oil tankers Cap Leon, foreground, and Ning Hu pass through Samish Bay near Seattle. As the northwest positions to be the hub for oil from North Dakota as well as Alberta's oil sands and coal from the Rockies, critics say the chance of spills and environmental damage increase. (Erika Schultz/Seattle Times/MCT)
Tessa Gallo poses next to the countless psychotropic drugs she was prescribed during her misdiagnosis for bipolar disorder, at her home in San Jose, Calif. The 16-year-old has begun to improve vastly since two Stanford doctors identified her condition as PANS, a condition that looks similar to bipolar, but is caused when the body's immune system attacks the brain. (Karl Mondon/Bay Area News Group/MCT)
Peter H. Niewiarowski, right, a professor of biology and integrated bioscience at the University of Akron, and Alyssa Y. Stark, a PhD candidate in the integrated bioscience program, look down at a one of the many geckos they are studying for the adhesive capabilities of their toe pads, in Akron, Ohio. (Karen Schiely/Akron Beacon Journal/MCT)
A recent study has confirmed what cat owners have long known, cats understand when spoken to but they choose to ignore most of what people say. (Ed Suba Jr./Akron Beacon Journal/MCT)
Seattle Mariners shortstop Brad Miller is pulled off the bag by the throw from catcher Mike Zunino, allowing the Houston Astros' Jose Altuve to steal second in the third inning at Safeco Field in Seattle Tuesday. (Dean Rutz/Seattle Times/MCT)
The Philadelphia Flyers' Scott Hartnell can't get the rebound as New York Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist makes the sprawling save in Game 3 of an Eastern Conference quarterfinal Tuesday. The Rangers won, 4-1, for a 2-1 series lead. (Ron Cortes/Philadelphia Inquirer/MCT)
Keystone XL pipeline
A coalition of Native American groups and cattle ranchers -- the Cowboy and Indian Alliance -- take a horseback ride around the Mall in Washington, D.C., Tuesday, as a protest of the proposed construction of the Keystone XL pipeline. (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/MCT)
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