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A photograph of a woman who says she was a victim of marital rape. She is posing outside near her home in New Delhi. The Delhi High Court is now considering petitions that call for the criminalization of marital rape. Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Goats and Soda

Marital rape is still legal in India. A court decision could change that

Women's groups have petitioned the Delhi High Court to close a legal loophole and criminalize marital rape. A decision is expected soon. Men who oppose the petitions have gone on a "marriage strike."

This synthetic fish is powered by human heart cells. Scientists say that they could help lead the way toward building replacement hearts from human tissue. Michael Rosnach, Keel Yong Lee, Sung-Jin Park, Kevin Kit Parker hide caption

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Michael Rosnach, Keel Yong Lee, Sung-Jin Park, Kevin Kit Parker

Shots - Health News

Watch these robotic fish swim to the beat of human heart cells

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Watch these robotic fish swim to the beat of human heart cells

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Jamil Zaki and his daughter, Alma, today. Jamil Zaki hide caption

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Jamil Zaki

When Jamil faced a new parent's worst nightmare, a doctor taught him how to be a dad

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Alana Haim behind the wheel in Licorice Pizza. Melinda Sue Gordon/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. hide caption

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Movie Interviews

Alana Haim: 'Licorice Pizza' star and proud Valley girl

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Alana Haim: 'Licorice Pizza' star and proud Valley girl

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A photograph of a woman who says she was a victim of marital rape. She is posing outside near her home in New Delhi. The Delhi High Court is now considering petitions that call for the criminalization of marital rape. Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Marital rape is still legal in India. A court decision could change that

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Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin arrives at a federal court in Manhattan to testify in her defamation case against The New York Times. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Sarah Palin testifies she felt powerless to fight 'New York Times' over editorial

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