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The Affordable Care Act remains pretty much intact after its review by the Supreme Court. So what's in it anyway? Adam Cole/NPR hide caption

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More Answers To Your Questions About The Health Care Law

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Then-Col. Bashar Assad (left) and Manaf Tlass in 1999. Tlass, now a brigadier general, has reportedly defected and is headed to France. Raed Qutena /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Syrian General Defects, Heads To France As Assad's Opponents Meet There

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Some of the 26 children of Saleh Qaid Toayman, who was killed with one of his sons in an airstrike on Oct. 14, 2011. The family says the eldest son, Azzedine, has joined an al-Qaida-affiliated group to avenge the father's death. The group's black banner hangs in the family's home. The family says the militant group gives them a monthly stipend. Kelly McEvers/NPR hide caption

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Yemen Airstrikes Punish Militants, And Civilians

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John Pham (right) reviews Bob Drake's resume at an AARP event aimed at helping older workers improve their job search. Workers age 55 and older cite particular difficulty finding employment, and some are choosing to retrain for new careers. Frank Franklin II/AP hide caption

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Options Slim, Older Job Seekers Try Starting Fresh

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People gather outside the Supreme Court on June 28, the morning the health care ruling was announced. Lawyers say they're still teasing out the consequences for other key areas of the law — including civil rights. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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How The Health Care Ruling Might Affect Civil Rights

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Since 1978, Rosa Tarlovsky de Roisinblit has waged a relentless search to find her daughter, Patricia, who was kidnapped by military henchmen and never seen again. Twelve years ago, Roisinblit did find Patricia's son, who is now in his 30s. Silvina Frydlewsky for NPR hide caption

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At Last, A Verdict On Argentina's 'Stolen Children'

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Seth Rogen and Michelle Williams as a husband and wife whose marriage becomes strained in Take This Waltz, the latest film from Canadian director Sarah Polley. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Sarah Polley: On Love, Desire And The Female Body

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