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A bulletin board in New York's Jamaica Hospital offers advice for uninsured patients. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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Uninsured Will Still Need The Money To Meet The Mandate

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First-year college student Hannah (Rachel Hendrix) goes on a road trip in search of her birth mother after she learns she was adopted following a failed attempt at an abortion. Lovell/Fairchild Communications hide caption

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'October Baby' Tells A Story Hollywood Wouldn't

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U.S. officials are looking more closely for signs of state-sponsored terrorism these days. In this attack, Israel blamed Iran for bombing a car belonging to the Israeli Embassy in New Delhi, India, on Feb. 13. The wife of an Israeli diplomat was injured. Iran denied it was involved. Joji Thomas/AP hide caption

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For U.S. Analysts, Rethinking The Terror Threat

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On Tuesday, the Supreme Court will consider whether Congress can require people to buy health insurance. Adam Cole/NPR hide caption

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Justices Tackle The Big Question: Can Congress Force You To Buy Insurance?

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A young girl bathes in an irrigation canal. The canal and nearby river are the primary sources of water for most people who live in the country around Saint-Marc, Haiti. John W. Poole/NPR hide caption

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In Haiti, Bureaucratic Delays Stall Mass Cholera Vaccinations

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Occupy L.A. activists rally outside the Bank of America Plaza in Los Angeles in February. The Occupy protests around the country have inspired two working groups that are attempting to reform the banking system and create an alternative bank. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Occupy Groups Reimagine The Bank

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