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Police in Camden, N.J., shown here in a downtown shopping area in November, will see their force shrink by more than 160 officers on Tuesday thanks to budget cuts. Mel Evans/AP hide caption

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Camden, N.J., Braces For Police, Firefighter Layoffs

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Camden, N.J., Braces For Police, Firefighter Layoffs

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Severe mental illness among college students has increased dramatically over the last ten years.  The most common problem is anxiety and depression. Allison Rose/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Health

Depression On The Rise In College Students

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Depression On The Rise In College Students

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A vaccine can help people over 60 avoid shingles, but only about 10 percent of the 50 million people who should get it actually have. Pamela Moore/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Few Opt For Vaccine To Prevent Painful Shingles

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Few Opt For Vaccine To Prevent Painful Shingles

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Arizona Rampage: Congresswoman, Others Shot

Motives Sought In Arizona Shooting

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Motives Sought In Arizona Shooting

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In his final speech from the White House, President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned that an arms race would take resources from other areas -- such as building schools and hospitals. Bill Allen/AP hide caption

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Ike's Warning Of Military Expansion, 50 Years Later

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