Pvt. Arthur "Bud" Kelder served as a dental assistant in the Army during World War II. Courtesy of the Kelder family hide caption

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Pentagon Identifies World War II Veteran Featured In NPR/ProPublica Investigation

After a long legal battle waged by a family member, the remains of Pvt. Arthur "Bud" Kelder have been identified by the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command.

Argentina's President Cristina Fernandez, sitting in a wheelchair, announces her plan to replace her country's intelligence service with a new agency. Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Argentina's President Dissolves Intelligence Agency, Citing Prosecutor's Death

A week after an Argentine prosecutor was found dead on the eve of his testimony about an alleged government cover-up of a terrorist attack, President Cristina Fernandez unveils a new plan.

Medicare is looking to tie more of what it pays doctors and hospitals to the quality and value of the care the provide. ImageZoo/Corbis hide caption

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Medicare Looks To Speed Up Pay For Quality Instead Of Volume Kaiser Health News

The administration wants to tie more of Medicare's spending on health care to quality and to encourage doctors and hospitals to be more frugal in their spending.

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Rep. Bart Stupak, D-Mich., announces he will vote to pass the health care reform bill after President Obama agreed to sign an executive order reaffirming the ban on the use of federal funds to provide abortions, March 21, 2010. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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It's All Politics

Abortion Vote Shows How Much Democrats' World Has Changed

Of those 64 Democrats who cast a key anti-abortion vote in November 2009, only 12 remain in the House today.

Seattle garbage collector Anousone Sadettanh empties a small residential garbage bin into his truck in 2014. It is now illegal to toss out food with the trash in the city. Residents will get warning tags for now; the city will start imposing fines in July. Elaine Thompson/AP hide caption

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Tossing Out Food In The Trash? In Seattle, You'll Be Fined For That KUOW

Seattle is the first city in the nation to fine people for not properly sorting their garbage. The law took effect on Jan. 1 as a bid to keep food out of landfills and encourage composting instead.

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Antoine Walker took a lot of three-point shots during his NBA career, despite hitting them at a sub-par rate. He also went bankrupt two years after retiring, despite collecting $110 million in salary during his playing career. Jim Bourg/Reuters/CORBIS hide caption

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How Do Some Highly Paid Athletes Go Bankrupt? They're Risk-Takers Ozy.com

A study finds that, among NBA players, those most likely to go broke after retirement are the ones who fired off the most three-point shots while playing.

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