Ernie Lopez is serving a 60-year prison sentence for a crime he, and medical experts, said he didn't commit. Courtesy of Frontline hide caption

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California has lost its argument that the government should protect children from the effects of violent video games. The Supreme Court says the First Amendment protects their sale. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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High Court OKs Sales Of Violent Video Games To Kids
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D'oh! Forget the error on screen. Parking in front of it is the bigger mistake. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Junk Food Fight: Should Ads Stop Targeting Teens?
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Researchers looked at whether restaurants and stores that sold unhealthful food near high schools affected students' weight. M. Spencer Green/AP hide caption

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Maya wears the EEG cap and watches the commercial at the headquarters of NeuroFocus in Berkeley, Calif. Courtesy of Youth Radio hide caption

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This Is Your Brain On Ads: An Internal 'Battle'
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Gene Mutations Offer Clues On The Autistic Brain
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