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California's Board of Pharmacy is considering requiring all pharmacies in the state to provide bilingual labels on prescription medicines. Basecamp Imaging/iStockphoto hide caption

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California Pharmacists Resist Translating Medicine Labels

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Tom Stanton of the real estate firm Jones Lang LaSalle shows off empty lab space at Roche in Nutley, N.J. Daniel Tucker/WNYC hide caption

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As Pharma Jobs Leave N.J., Office Space Ghost Towns Remain

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Usman (right), 7 months, and Abdullah (left), 18 months, are held by their mothers while they wait to receive the polio vaccine at the Jalozai refugee camp near Peshawar, Pakistan. Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images hide caption

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Polio's Surge In Pakistan: Are Parents Part Of The Problem?

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Lower-income residents may find affordable housing hard to come by in Manhattan. Seth Wenig/AP hide caption

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New York Skyscraper's Separate 'Poor Door' Called A Disgrace

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton speaks to a crowd during a book signing for her new book, Hard Choices. Clinton's book tour has brought her before admiring audiences, but also highlighted her difficulty talking about her wealth and her presidential vision. Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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'Hard Choices' Tour Put Spotlight On Clinton's Strengths, Weaknesses

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Yonathan Zohar, Jorge Gomezjurado and Odi Zmora check on bluefin tuna larvae in tanks at the University of Maryland Baltimore County's Institute of Marine and Environmental Technology. Courtesy of Yonathan Zohar hide caption

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Farming The Bluefin Tuna, Tiger Of The Ocean, Is Not Without A Price

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A young girl sells pastries on a street in El Alto, Bolivia. While most of the world is trying to put an end to child labor, Bolivia has legalized it. Juan Karita/AP hide caption

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Bolivia Makes Child Labor Legal, In An Attempt To Make It Safer

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NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at a press conference in May. Goodell's handling of concerns about concussions and controversies surrounding players has led commentator Frank Deford to wonder whether Goodell is up to the job. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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Deford: Is Goodell Good Enough To Lead The NFL?

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