A Health Care Issue Both Parties Can Agree On

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Chile Quake Far Stronger Than That Of Haiti

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The northern lights dance over the Knik River near Palmer, Alaska. Activity on the surface of the sun creates this natural light show, but severe solar storms could devastate Earth's power and water utilities, and knock out communications. Bob Martinson/AP hide caption

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Solar Storms Could Be Earth's Next Katrina

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Margaux's parents were shocked at how few options there were for their daughter to prosecute the man who sexually assaulted her. Joseph Shapiro/NPR hide caption

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Failed Justice Leaves Rape Victim Nowhere To Turn

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A student alleges in a federal lawsuit that Harriton High School in Bryn Mawr, Pa., used school-issued laptop webcams to spy on students at home. Matt Rourke/AP hide caption

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Student Sues Over Alleged Webcam Spying

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Laura Dunn in 2003, a year before the incident that changed her life. Courtesy Laura Dunn hide caption

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Campus Rape Victims: A Struggle For Justice

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When it comes to climate change, some look at the facts presented and see a coming catastrophe, others see a hoax. This difference in interpretation, social scientists say, has more to do with each individual's existing outlook than the facts. iStockphoto hide caption

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Belief In Climate Change Hinges On Worldview

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Women wait in a food distribution line in Port-au-Prince. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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Aid Groups Fret As Haiti Giving Slows Down

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Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan helped spread Qawwali, a form of Sufi devotional music, around the world. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: The Voice Of Pakistan

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Dental Coverage Cuts Leave California's Poor In Pain

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Val Rosing changed his name to Gilbert Russell when he moved to the U.S. Photo courtesy of Bruce Kaplan hide caption

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The Other Face Of Singer Val Rosing

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Tod Browning's 1931 film Dracula, released in the chaos and uncertainty of the Great Depression, turns in part on the character of Mina (Helen Chandler), who manages to maintain her i--ocence — and--ontrol — despite having suffered at the hands of Bela Lugosi's vampire. Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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For Love Of Do-Good Vampires: A Bloody Book List

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Couples from around the world participate in the mass wedding ceremony in South Korea on Wednesday. Ahjn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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Unification Church Woos A Second Generation

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Alejandro Polanco in Ramin Bahrani's 2007 film Chop Shop. Noruz Films hide caption

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Maltin's Movie Treasures That Time Forgot

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Experts Gather For Hackers' Convention

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