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Amy Goyer moved back to Phoenix to look after her father, Robert, when he began to show signs of Alzheimer's. He is just one of 5 million Americans living with the disease. Sarah Brodzinski hide caption

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Alzheimer's Cases Rise, But Hope Remains

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Students fill out applications during a job fair at the University of Illinois Springfield in February. Fed up with working for free, some interns are suing their employers. Seth Perlman/AP hide caption

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Internships: Low-Paid, Unpaid Or Just Plain Illegal?

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Newtok resident Nathan Tom has no doubts that global warming is real. "It's changing a lot," he says. Richard Sprenger/The Guardian hide caption

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Impossible Choice Faces America's First 'Climate Refugees'

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Zachary Quinto as Spock, with Chris Pine as Kirk, in Star Trek: Into Darkness. Zade Rosenthal/Courtesy Paramount Pictures hide caption

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New 'Trek' Goes 'Into Darkness,' But Not Much Deeper

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Amanda Knox enters an Italian court on Oct. 3, 2011, just before being acquitted of murdering her British roommate, Meredith Kercher. Oli Scarff/AP hide caption

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'Waiting To Be Heard' No More, Amanda Knox Speaks Out

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Former bandmates Draco Rosa and Ricky Martin, seen here on stage at Univision's 2013 Premio Lo Nuestro awards celebration, reunite on Rosa's new album, Vida. John Parra/Getty Images hide caption

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Draco Rosa: A Pop Survivor Returns From The Brink, With Friends

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