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Drivers in the middle of the country have gotten a break on gas prices because of bargain-priced oil coming in from Canada. Monika Wisniewska/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Why Is Gas Cheaper In Midwest? Thank Canada

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Fountain, the 3-year-old son of NPR member station reporter Sarah Varney, doesn't seem to have much interest in eating healthy foods. Sarah Varney for NPR hide caption

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To Win Toddler Food Battles, Take A Softer Approach

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Niklas Capps gets ready for recess at Clara Barton Center for Children in Cabin John, Md., Feb. 11. Teachers at the school focus on promoting self-control. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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For Kids, Self-Control Factors Into Future Success

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Lesbian and gay lovers have new options for Valentine's Day cards, thanks to the California company A Little To The Left. A Little To The Left hide caption

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A Little To The Left

Greeting Cards That Celebrate A Rainbow Of Loves

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Field Marshal Mohamed Hussein Tantawi, 76, talks to anti-government protesters in Tahrir Square on Feb. 4. Tantawi now heads the military council running Egypt. Khaled Desoukia/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Egyptians, Trust Is Key As Army Takes Lead

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IBM's Watson computer system competes in a Jeopardy! practice round on Jan. 13 against two of the show's most celebrated contestants: Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter. IBM hide caption

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On 'Jeopardy!' It's Man Vs. This Machine

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