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Jackson Memorial Hospital is preparing for more Medicaid patients by renovating rooms. Jackson is the area's safety net hospital, which means it doesn't receive reimbursement for quite a bit of the care it gives. Courtesy of Jackson Health System hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Medicaid And A Tale Of Two Miami Hospitals

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Medicaid And A Tale Of Two Miami Hospitals

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Syrians living in Turkey and human-rights activists stage a protest on Feb. 4 outside the Syrian consulate in Istanbul to condemn the killings in Syria. Calls are growing louder for Turkey to intervene in the violence in neighboring Syria by helping the rebels and civilians there. Anonymous/AP hide caption

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Middle East

Turkey Resists Calls To Arm Syrian Rebels

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Turkey Resists Calls To Arm Syrian Rebels

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Claude Lanzmann published his memoir, Le Lièvre de Patagonie, in France in 2009. The Patagonian Hare has now been translated into English. Helie Gallimar/Farrar, Straus and Giroux hide caption

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Author Interviews

'Shoah' Director Tells His Story In 'Patagonian Hare'

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'Shoah' Director Tells His Story In 'Patagonian Hare'

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Brian Herman is thrown off the bull Bad Medicine during championship day of the 2009 Professional Bull Riders Built Ford Tough Invitational at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sports

The Rodeo Circuit: Bucking Bulls And Broken Bones

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The Rodeo Circuit: Bucking Bulls And Broken Bones

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This image was provided by The International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery. Taken in late 1937 off the South Pacific island of Nikumaroro, it interests investigators because of the object on the left side of the photo. Something is sticking out of the water. Enhanced analysis indicates that could be part of Amelia Earhart's plane, investigators say. AP hide caption

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Clue In Old Photo Leads To New Search For Amelia Earhart's Plane

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Music Reviews

'The Medium Is The Massage': A Kitchen Sink Of Sound

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'The Medium Is The Massage': A Kitchen Sink Of Sound

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One of the community gardens divided up into individual plots run by Denver Urb Gardens. Courtesy of Denver Urb Gardens hide caption

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At The Community Garden, It's Community That's The Hard Part

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The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments on Tuesday in two cases that ask whether it is constitutional to sentence juveniles to life in prison without parole. Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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High Court Debates Life Without Parole For Juveniles

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Charles Dutton is an award-winning actor. But as a juvenile, he wound up in prison for manslaughter and other crimes. Andrew Kent/Getty Images hide caption

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Without Parole, Juveniles Face Bleak Life In Prison

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Attorney Benjamin Crump speaks to the medial, holding cellphone records and a police report. He represents the family of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, who was was killed by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman on Feb. 26 in Sanford, Fla. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Opinion

Trayvon Martin: The Lingering Memory Of Dead Boys

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Trayvon Martin: The Lingering Memory Of Dead Boys

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