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School Shooters: What's Their Path To Violence?

Psychologists and the FBI say they are getting a better understanding of the mix of factors that lead some kids to open fire on a classroom. The shooting can be an act of desperation fueled by anger.

Glenn Close plays Joan, the titular wife in The Wife. The role has earned her an Academy Award nomination for best actress. Graeme Hunter/Courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Well Before 'The Wife,' Glenn Close Was Ready For Her Close-Up

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New recommendations from the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force call for doctors to identify patients at risk of depression during pregnancy or after childbirth and refer them to counseling. Adene Sanchez/Getty Images hide caption

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To Prevent Pregnancy-Related Depression, At-Risk Women Advised To Get Counseling

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Michelle Kamke, 39, of Madison, Wis., participated in Wilmot Ski Resort's chairlift speed-dating event. It was a good opportunity, she said, to meet someone who also loved skiing. LaToya Dennis/WUWM hide caption

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Finding Love On The Lift: Skiers Give Chairlift Speed Dating A Shot

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Songwriter Holly Knight is known for pushing hitmakers to new heights and depicting female empowerment in her songs. Matthew Beard/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Women Behind The Songs: Holly Knight

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