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Marine Sgt. Maj. Robert Breeden, at Camp Leatherneck in Afghanistan on June 12, 2009. Breeden is now home from Afghanistan and trying to stay busy. David Gilkey/NPR hide caption

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A Marine Home From War And Battling Boredom

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Janis Ruoff, an assistant research professor of special education at The George Washington University, uses a blackboard in her classroom. Many colleges and universities have turned to learning management systems to help teachers disseminate information electronically. Courtesy of William Atkins/The George Washington University hide caption

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From Chalk To Bytes: The Digital Classroom

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The Los Angeles Dodgers take on the Chicago White Sox at the Dodgers' springtime home, The Ballpark at Camelback Ranch in Glendale, Ariz., earlier this month. Chris McGrath/Getty Images hide caption

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Baseball's Rite of Spring: Training Is Basic No More

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In this courtroom drawing, David Coleman Headley faces U.S. District Court Judge Harry Leinenweber on March 18 in Chicago. Headley pleaded guilty to using his Western appearance as a cover while scoping out sites for the deadly 2008 Mumbai siege and plotting to kill a Danish cartoonist. Carol Renaud/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. Man With Ties To Islamists Led Two Lives

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Scientists altered people's perceptions of right and wrong by applying magnetic stimulation to the brain. The study is part of a larger effort by scientists to explain the mechanics of how the brain makes moral judgments. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Study Narrows Gap Between Mind And Brain

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In general, researchers have found that kids understand the need for some rules, particularly safety rules like not hitting other children. But when it comes to parents dictating what a child should wear or who they should play with, many kids resist. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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The Rules About How Parents Should Make Rules

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Motorcycles are the primary form of transportation in Vietnam, and public health officials are raising the alarm about a new road hazard: texting while driving. Here, a man checks his cell phone while driving in downtown Hanoi, Vietnam, in January. Jeff Holt/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Easy Writer: Bikers Risk Texting On Vietnam's Roads

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