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Mary Harris was relieved when Stella was born with a mop of thick black hair, as if she had been protected from the chemo somehow. Courtesy of Howard Harris hide caption

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Pregnant With Cancer: One Woman's Journey

Mary Harris found out she was pregnant the day before she had scheduled surgery for breast cancer. It turns out there is limited data on how chemotherapy during pregnancy affects a baby.

Sara Martín reads bedtime stories with her children. When the kids were younger, she says, staying up to date on their frequent immunizations was tough, because of cost and transportation issues. Lauren M. Whaley/CHCF Center for Health Reporting hide caption

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Schools Not Keeping Track When Kids Are Behind On Their Shots

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Deia - Electromana
Safari Strut Whitefield Brothers

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New Report Examines Lynchings And Their Legacy In The United States

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693 Balloons The Clonious
Suite for solo cello No. 5 in C minor, BWV 1011 [Sarabande] Lamoureux Concert Association Orchestra, Pablo Casals (conductor)

The James C. Nance Memorial Bridge, which connects Purcell and Lexington, Okla., is closed for repair in March 2014. A handful of states have raised their gas taxes in part to fund transportation projects like bridge and road repairs. Sue Ogrocki/AP hide caption

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Failing Bridges Taking A Toll; Some States Move To Raise Gas Tax

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Ready Set Loop Sbtrkt

Detroit Prosecutor Kym Worthy talks about the $35 million pledged by the Manhattan district attorney to help eliminate a nationwide backlog in testing rape kits during a news conference in November. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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Advocates Join Fight To Eliminate Detroit's Rape Kit Backlog

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Mother Mother Fat Freddy's Drop
Bootie Beat Shawn Lee & Clutchy Hopkins

The eruption of Mount Pinatubo in the Philippines in 1991 spewed almost 20 million tons of sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere, causing worldwide temperatures to drop half a degree on average. Arlan Naeg/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Scientific Pros Weigh The Cons Of Messing With Earth's Thermostat

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Last Crusade Sam Roberts Band
Jackson Slavic Soul Party!

A demonstrator dressed as a bather protests against the rationing of water, outside the official residence of Sao Paulo's Governor Geraldo Alckmin in Sao Paulo, on Jan. 26. The banner behind him reads, "Planet Water, Dry Lives." Andre Penner/AP hide caption

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A Historic Drought Grips Brazil's Economic Capital

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No Meu País Dom La Nena
Man I Love The Hot Club of San Francisco

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Pregnant With Cancer: One Woman's Journey

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Experience Ludovico Einaudi
Cant Dels Ocells (Song of the Birds) Pablo Casals

Dallas insurance agent Jo Ann Charron has worked with clients to help clear confusion over subsidies offered by plans on the federal health insurance exchange. This sort of free guidance can save insurance shoppers time and money, agents say. LM Otero/AP hide caption

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Texas Insurance Brokers Play Bigger Role In 2015's Obamacare

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All In Flying Lotus
Cult of Color/Act 2, Scene 4. Sesom and His Disciples Graham Reynolds
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After 16 Years, Jon Stewart Is Leaving 'The Daily Show'

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