Measles Hits 20-Year High In U.S.

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Phone App Might Predict Manic Episodes In Bipolar Disorder

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Retired Army Gen. On Shinseki: 'I Don't Look Up To Any Man More'

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Shinseki's Apology Punctuates A Long Career Of Service

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VA Secretary Shinseki Steps Down Amid Reports Of Systemic Problems

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Secretary of Veterans Affairs Eric Shinseki addresses the National Coalition for Homeless Veterans in Washington, D.C., Friday, shortly before he resigned under bipartisan pressure. Win McNamee/Getty Images hide caption

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Currently, half of all products served in the school lunch program must be "whole-grain rich," which USDA defines as products made of at least 50 percent whole grain. According to the new standards, by the start of the next school year, schools must use only products that are whole-grain rich. Rogelio V. Solis/AP hide caption

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Embattled Veterans Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki Resigns

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Kevin Flores, 11, remains under a mosquito net while being treated for dengue fever at La Mascota hospital in Managua, Nicaragua, last fall. Inti Ocon/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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VA Secretary Apologizes For 'Indefensible' Treatment Delays

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Rep. Murphy Aims For Mental Health Bill To Pass Before Next Shooting

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Anatomy Of A Dance Hit: Why We Love To Boogie With Pharrell

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The World Cup will come to the Arena de Sao Paola, shown here when it was under construction last fall. Brazil is also making a big push to control the local mosquitoes that can spread dengue fever. Friedemann Vogel/Getty Images hide caption

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Ready, Set, Spray! Brazil Battles Dengue Ahead Of The World Cup

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