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Omar looks through Kai's photo book. The charges for the infant's six months of care in the neonatal intensive care unit totaled about $11 million, according to the family, though their insurer very likely negotiated a lower rate. Heidi de Marco/KHN hide caption

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An Ill Newborn, A Loving Family And A Litany Of Wrenching Choices

As families consider how far to push an infant's medical care, a chasm can open between the parents' hopes and what doctors and nurses consider realistic. How do you measure a baby's quality of life?

Sing About Me, I'm Dying Of Thirst Kendrick Lamar
Halcyon Days Mokhov

Omar looks through Kai's photo book. The charges for the infant's six months of care in the neonatal intensive care unit totaled about $11 million, according to the family, though their insurer very likely negotiated a lower rate. Heidi de Marco/KHN hide caption

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An Ill Newborn, A Loving Family And A Litany Of Wrenching Choices

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Way of the Samurai Deceptikon
Salento René Aubry

James White (Christopher Abbott) is a feckless New York City slacker doing the best he can to care for his mother, Gail (Cynthia Nixon). Courtesy of the Film Arcade hide caption

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Arrested Development Meets Adulthood In 'James White'

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Yellow Noise Spiro
Grande Cascade René Aubry

Alex Browning works at a farm in Hamilton, Mass. The 26-year-old says that unlike some of her friends who work at places with retirement plans, she knows she has to figure out how to save for herself. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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How Do You Start Saving? Your Tax Refund May Be The Answer

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Kurdish peshmerga forces enter the northern Iraqi town of Sinjar on Friday after pushing out the Islamic State. The town is home to the Yazidi minority; many displaced members of the group say they are wary of returning home. They fear they could still be targeted by neighboring communities that supported the Islamic State. Safin Hamed/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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ISIS May Be Gone, But Yazidis Fearful Of Returning To Their Iraqi Town

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Taste of Honey Herb Alpert

A Tribe Called Quest's debut album, People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm, celebrates its 25th anniversary this year. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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'We Didn't Wanna Be Anybody Else': A Tribe Called Quest Reflects On Its Debut

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