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Howard Snitzer's heart stopped beating for 96 minutes last January. First responders didn't give up on him, thanks in part to capnography, a technology that let them know Snitzer still had a chance of coming back. May Clinic hide caption

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Health

When Not To Quit: Man Revived After 96 Minutes

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When Not To Quit: Man Revived After 96 Minutes

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A sample e-receipt from Seamless Receipts that retailers e-mail to shoppers after purchase. Courtesy of Seamless Receipts hide caption

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Business

E-Receipts Cut Clutter, Boost Marketing Scope

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E-Receipts Cut Clutter, Boost Marketing Scope

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Africa

Libyan Rebels Set On Ousting Gadhafi

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Libyan Rebels Set On Ousting Gadhafi

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Women and children fill the waiting room of the Umrana Mumtaz Healthcare Trust Hospital in northwest Pakistan. The private medical clinic is leveraging technology and the Internet to serve tens of thousands of patients a year who otherwise would have little or no medical care. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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In Rural Pakistan, A Rare Hospital Geared For Women

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California Rep. Xavier Becerra was one of six Democrats chosen to join six Republicans on a panel tasked with finding a way to cut about $1 trillion from the federal deficit. Kris Connor/Getty Images hide caption

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For Debt Panel's Becerra, No Egos In Negotiations

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Remembering Martin Luther King Jr.

New National Mall Stop: King Memorial

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New National Mall Stop: King Memorial

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