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Lela Petersen, owner of the Anything And Everything store in Flagler, Colo., expects the cost of health insurance for her and her husband to drop by my more than half next year. Jeff Brady hide caption

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In Colorado, A Couple Finds Relief In Obamacare

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Maricruz Ladino packs lettuce in a cooler in Salinas, Calif. Grace Rubenstein/Center for Investigative Reporting hide caption

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Silenced By Status, Farm Workers Face Rape, Sexual Abuse

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The iPhone 5s includes a fingerprint scanner that can be used in lieu of a PIN or password. Some tech giants say finger or voice recognition is the wave of the future. Graham Melling/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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The Most Secure Password In The World Might Be You

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In 2010 and 2011, there were more than 1,000 school-related arrests in Broward County. Nearly three-quarters of them were for non-violent misdemeanors. iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Fla. School District Trying To Curb School-To-Prison Pipeline

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A large bull moose is inspected by a hunter at a weigh station in Maine. Robert F. Bukaty/AP hide caption

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Thanks To Parasites, Moose Are Looking More Like Ghosts

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Republican Gov. Chris Christie listens as Democratic challenger Barbara Buono answers a question during a debate at Montclair University in Montclair, N.J., on Oct. 15. Mel Evans/AP hide caption

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9 Elections To Watch

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Nie Haisheng, Zhang Xiaoguang and Wang Yaping aboard the Tiangong-1 space module in June. China is leading what some see as a space race among Asian countries: It has worked on a lunar rover, a space station and an unmanned mission to Mars. Wang Yongzhuo/Xinhua /Landov hide caption

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China Sets Ambitious Agenda In 'Asian Space Race'

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