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John Minor (center) in December 2014, surrounded by his family — Jackie Minor (left), Soren Johnson, John Minor, Sherry Minor, Skyelyn Johnson and Valerie Minor Johnson — in Manhattan Beach, Calif. Kimberly Sienkiewicz/Courtesy of the Minor family hide caption

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Aid-In-Dying Requires More Than Just A Law, Californians Find

In the year since the state enacted a law allowing doctors to prescribe lethal drugs for terminal patients who request it, over 500 people have sought that help. But some doctors are still reluctant.

Israeli soldiers search Arab prisoners as Israeli forces take over the Old City in East Jerusalem on June 8, 1967, during the Arab-Israeli Six-Day War. Just 11 days after the war ended, U.S. President Lyndon Johnson offered the first of many peace proposals by U.S. presidents over the past half-century. AP hide caption

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50 Years On, U.S. Presidents Still Seek Elusive Peace To A 6-Day War

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Buried machinery in barn lot in Dallas, S.D., during the Dust Bowl in 1936. United States Department of Agriculture/Wikipedia hide caption

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U.S. Pays Farmers Billions To Save The Soil. But It's Blowing Away

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Fetuses in the third trimester responded more often to patterns that resembled faces than to patterns that did not. BSIP/UIG/Getty Images hide caption

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Fetuses Respond To Face-Like Patterns, Study Suggests

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Corey Stewart, seen at a campaign rally in Virginia Beach, Va., is appealing to supporters of President Trump on the campaign trail. "Who's excited that we finally have a real president of the United States?" he recently asked. Sarah McCammon /NPR hide caption

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Can The Trump Brand Win State Elections, Too?

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John Minor (center) in December 2014, surrounded by his family — Jackie Minor (left), Soren Johnson, John Minor, Sherry Minor, Skyelyn Johnson and Valerie Minor Johnson — in Manhattan Beach, Calif. Kimberly Sienkiewicz/Courtesy of the Minor family hide caption

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Aid-In-Dying Requires More Than Just A Law, Californians Find

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