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A Tucson family embraces outside Rep. Gabrielle Giffords' office after Saturday's shooting. Chris Morrison/AP hide caption

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Arizona Rampage: Congresswoman, Others Shot

Rep. Giffords' District Stunned By Shooting

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Rep. Giffords' District Stunned By Shooting

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California Gov. Jerry Brown, seen here Jan. 4, will unveil a new state  budget Monday. Rich Pedroncelli/AP hide caption

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Politics

In California, New Governor Faces Budget Woes

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In California, New Governor Faces Budget Woes

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A study that measured antibodies and the disease history of more than  200 kids found that two doses of vaccine were 98 percent effective in  preventing chickenpox compared with 86 percent for a single dose. AP hide caption

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Shots - Health News

To Beat Chickenpox, 2 Shots Of Vaccine Are Best

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To Beat Chickenpox, 2 Shots Of Vaccine Are Best

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A mother watches a video taken of herself playing with her daughter for Bellevue Hospital's Video Interaction Project. Former hospital employee Brenda Woodford reviews the footage, offering positive feedback and areas for improvement. Courtesy of Children of Bellevue Archives hide caption

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Health

Closing The Achievement Gap With Baby Talk

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Closing The Achievement Gap With Baby Talk

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Business

Energy-Dependent Israel Finds Natural Gas

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Energy-Dependent Israel Finds Natural Gas

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A human baby typically weighs about 6 percent of what its mother weighs. This baby, seen on a beach in Costa Rica, crawls next to an olive ridley sea turtle. Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Science

Big Babies Helped Shape Early Human Societies

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Big Babies Helped Shape Early Human Societies

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Arizona Rampage: Congresswoman, Others Shot

Intern: 'I Ran Toward The Congresswoman'

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Intern: 'I Ran Toward The Congresswoman'

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