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In this Jan. 14, 2015, photo, 21-month-old Noelle Roberts plays with Fisher-Price toys while "baby wrangler" Melanie Ruskin keeps her engaged and photographer Michael Mandolfo records the moment at a studio in Buffalo, N.Y.  Fisher-Price has been using local kids on its packaging for years, eschewing “professional” models in favor of the babies and toddlers parents trundle in to the toy maker’s headquarters in the quaint village of East Aurora, N.Y. The company recently began photographing children in a second studio, in Buffalo, to tap into the urban center’s more multi-cultural feel and better reflect the faces in the 150 countries where Fisher-Price toys are sold. (AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)
New Fisher-Price photo studio seeks ad, packaging diversityFisher-Price opens photo studio in Buffalo to invite more diversity for packaging, advertising
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National NAACP leader urges pursuit of justiceNational NAACP leader visits Colorado Springs to urge action in wake of bombing attempt
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An airplane takes off from LaGuardia Airport passing over Citi Field, home to the New York Mets baseball team, in New York, Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has proposed a rail link to LaGuardia, one of the nations'  busiest airports.  Cuomo's plan calls for an elevated AirTrain connecting the airport with the Willets Point station, 1.5 miles away.  The station serves both the Long Island Rail Road commuter rail and the No. 7 subway line.  (AP Photo/Kathy Willens)
Travelers like plan for rail link to NY's LaGuardia AirportSome travelers like Cuomo's plan to construct 1.5-mile rail link to NY's LaGuardia Airport
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Residents: Police shortage is a security risk for Mardi GrasTrouble in New Orleans: Crime on rise in Quarter, police ranks depleted and Mardi Gras is here
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This undated photo made available by Oxitec shows a genetically modified Aedes aegypti mosquito in their U.K. lab. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is considering releasing the non-biting male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes modified by Oxitec to pass along a birth defect to their progeny, thus killing off the next generation of the mosquitoes that can carry dengue and chikungunya. The FDA is planning to release the mosquitos in a neighborhood of 444 homes near Key West, Fla. (AP Photo/Oxitec, Derric Nimmo)
Millions of GMO insects could be released in Florida KeysFDA mulls releasing genetically modified mosquitoes to fight growing threat of viral diseases
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