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President Obama met at the White House with CEOs from across the health insurance industry on Friday. Insurers, he says, will be allowed to renew for one more year health policies that don't meet the new national standards set by the Affordable Care Act. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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Can You Keep Your Old Health Plan? It May Depend On Where You Live

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Typhoon Haiyan survivors walk through the ruins of their neighborhood on the outskirts of Tacloban, central Philippines, on Wednesday. David Guttenfelder/AP hide caption

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In A Storm's Wake, Two Books Help Make Sense Of What Remains

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In the middle of downtown Miami, archaeologists excavate a site holding evidence of a more than 1,000-year-old Tequesta Indian village. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Once An Ancient Village, Soon An Entertainment Complex?

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President Obama has pledged millions of dollars to fuel research into understanding the workings of the human brain. Zephyr/Science Source hide caption

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Federal Brain Science Project Aims To Restore Soldiers' Memory

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Steve Coogan acts alongside Judi Dench in Philomena, the story of a woman searching for her son and the cynical journalist helping her find him. Alex Bailey/The Weinstein Co. hide caption

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Steve Coogan, Tacking Toward The Funny Side Of Serious

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Boubacar Sanogo from Mali drives a cab in New York City and listens to ZenoRadio on his smartphone — though it can also be accessed using a more basic model. Margot Adler/NPR hide caption

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Cellphones As Radios: Immigrants Dial In To Native Stations

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The Sony PlayStation 4 sells for $399. Pablo Blazquez Dominguez/Getty Images hide caption

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Will New PlayStation, Xbox Click Beyond The Hard-Core Gamer?

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Dalia Mogahed delivers a speech after being coached by comedian and author Judy Carter. Roxana Pop/The Chautauquan Daily hide caption

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A Jewish Comic And A Muslim Researcher Walk Into A Party ...

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Mark Consuelos (from left), John Goodman, Clark Johnson and Matt Malloy star as four Republican senators sharing a house in Washington in Alpha House, Amazon's first original series. Amazon Studios hide caption

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Amazon Opens An Entertainment Door With 'Alpha House'

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