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Screening Mental Health In Kindergarten Is Way Too Late, Experts Say

One program in the South Bronx sees children as young as 6 months old to look for issues. Some experts think it's important to catch problems as early as possible.

Stranger In Town Pat Metheny
Lilies of the Valley Jun Miyake

Under NASA's plan, a spacecraft would get to the asteroid in the early 2020s — then pluck a car-sized boulder from the surface and head back toward Earth, to put the boulder in orbit around the moon. NASA hide caption

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NASA's Other Asteroid Mission: Grab A Chunk And Put It In Orbit Around The Moon

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Start Shootin' Little People
Haba Na Haba [Instrumental] Tommy Emmanuel

The 9/11 Responders Remembered Memorial in Nesconset, N.Y. John Feal spends 10 hours a day vetting responders for inclusion on the memorial. Courtesy of FealGood Foundation hide caption

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Honoring The Other Fallen Of Sept. 11: Sickened Ground Zero Volunteers

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Introduction - Alf Leila Wa Leila Ibrahim Maalouf
Sing About Me, I'm Dying Of Thirst Kendrick Lamar
In the 6th Trombone Shorty

Associate professor William Ristenpart talks with Sabrina Perell, a community regional development major, and Kyle Phan, an undeclared major, about the taste of their brew during the Design of Coffee class last October at UC Davis. Students learn the science of coffee, from roasting to brewing. Gregory Urquiaga/UC Davis hide caption

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STEM To Steam: How Coffee Is Perking Up Engineering Education

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"I'm very fond of him," Margaret Atwood says of her protagonist, Angel Catbird. Atwood is also the author of several other novels, including The Handmaid's Tale, The Blind Assassin and Oryx and Crake. Daniel Ochoa de Olza/AP hide caption

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Margaret Atwood: 'I Finally Got To Do My Cat With Wings'

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Promises The Presets
Everyday Aphrodesia

Police crime tape marks the scene where a 16-year-old boy was shot and killed and an 18-year-old man was wounded in April in Chicago. The grim milestone of 500 homicides already passed this year in Chicago. Joshua Lott/Getty Images hide caption

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In Effort To Curb Violence In Chicago, A Professor Mines Social Media

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Indian Summer Jai Wolf
Inspirational Friends Siriswad
Act 1. Circle of Life with Nants' Ingonyama Original Broadway Cast
Bullet Girl John Butler Trio
Go!Amigo TF Boys
Shimmer Tracey Chattaway
Cineramascope Galactic feat. Trombone Shorty and Corey Henry
Deia - Electromana
Lengua del Rio Gnawledge