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It's Time To Move On From The Past

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Want To Know Something? Just Ask

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Powerball? America Already Hit The Jackpot

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Suicide Rates Hit Home For Michel Martin

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Do Physical Compliments Have A Place In Politics?

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Trainers check on Louisville guard Kevin Ware after he injured his lower right leg during the Midwest Regional final against Duke in the NCAA college basketball tournament. Michael Conroy/AP hide caption

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When Players Step Off The Court, Should Colleges Step Up?

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Martin Recalls The Supreme Court 34 Years Ago

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When Should A Politician's Life Experience Determine Policy?

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Choices Between Work And Home Still A Problem

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fifteen-year-old Malala Yousefzai relaxes. The Pakistani girl shot by the Taliban on Oct. 9 2012 has made her first video statement since she was nearly killed, released Monday, saying she is recovering. Courtesy of Malala Yousefzai/AP hide caption

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Bravery By Speaking Up Or Keeping Quiet?

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Te'o Drama Is Telling In More Ways Than One

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What Do Polio And Gun Violence Have In Common?

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Why 'Black Thursday' Isn't Bad For Everyone

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Shou-Mei Li, left, wraps a scarf around her husband Hsien-Wen Li, who is an Alzheimer's patient, as their daughter Shirley Rexrode, right, looks on, at their home in San Francisco. Ben Margot/AP hide caption

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Are Politicians Forgetting About Caregivers?

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