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The Salt

About A Third Of U.S. Kids And Teens Ate Fast Food Today

Kids' fast-food habits haven't budged in the past 15 years, a study by the CDC finds. The marketing, cost and taste of fast food still seem to have a hold on America's youth.

The funeral for Harris County Sheriff Deputy Darren Goforth was held Sept. 4 in Houston. After Goforth was fatally shot at a gas station on Aug. 29, some spoke about a "war on cops." But while 2014 did see more officer deaths than 2013, one expert says that's not a sign of a statistically significant spike. Aaron M. Sprecher/Getty Images hide caption

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Is There A 'War On Police'? The Statistics Say No

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Falling from the Sky Calexico
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For Syrian Migrants, Many Reasons To Leave Turkey For Europe

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About A Third Of U.S. Kids And Teens Ate Fast Food Today

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