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In a hearing Wednesday, Rep. John Shimkus of Illinois questions Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius about which insurance plans offer abortion services. Jonathan Ernst/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Which Plans Cover Abortion? No Answers On HealthCare.gov

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Coachella Valley High School math teacher Eddie Simoneau uses iPads with his students. Matt Hamilton/Coachella Valley Unified School District hide caption

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For The Tablet Generation, A Lesson In Digital Citizenship

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Friend Or Foe? Scientists say dogs react differently to the direction of another dog's tail wag. Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images hide caption

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The Tail's The Tell: Dog Wags Can Mean Friend Or Foe

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Are Farm Veterinarians Pushing Too Many Antibiotics?

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Robin Share and Rami Aizic hold a photo of their daughter, Bailey, at a visit to StoryCorps in Santa Monica, Calif. StoryCorps hide caption

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An Unconventional, But 'Perfect,' Path To Parenthood

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Can Starbucks Do For Tea What It Has Done For Coffee?

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Millions of adults who grew up speaking a language other than English are still held back by their language skills. /iStockphoto.com hide caption

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What It Takes (And Means) To Learn English As An Adult

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