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Congress Squares Boots With CIA, Babies Using iPads, Photo ID Error

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Congress Squares Boots With CIA, Babies Using iPads, Photo ID Error

Congress Squares Boots With CIA, Babies Using iPads, Photo ID Error

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With tablet technology still relatively new, pediatricians are trying to understand how interactive media affects children. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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With tablet technology still relatively new, pediatricians are trying to understand how interactive media affects children.

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In this week's podcast, Senator Feinstein lays it on the line, we wonder if hi-tech tablets hurt or help child development, and a new study suggests people are pretty bad at checking IDs.

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