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More Women Are Freezing Their Eggs, But Will They Ever Use Them?

The procedure is rapidly going mainstream, but it's so new that it's impossible to know if these women will exercise their option to have a child. Also, live birth rates from frozen eggs remain low.

Donald Trump held a rally Monday at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in Ohio. Paul Vernon/AP hide caption

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Trump Reasserts Claim That 'Thousands' Of N.J. Muslims Cheered After Sept. 11

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Gov. Jerry Brown (left) meets with Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi in San Jose, Calif., on Sept. 27. Brown has been brokering his own international agreement on climate change. Jeff Chiu/AP hide caption

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California, An Environmental Leader, Eyes A Key Role In Climate Talks

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First Daffodils Bibio
Sycamore Silhouetting Bibio
Sunspots Bob Mould
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In 2008, President George W. Bush addressed his No Child Left Behind act. Congress now appears ready to overhaul the law, which is the nation's most important federal education act. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Goodbye, No Child Left Behind

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A new synagogue went up almost overnight as the older one was being taken down. They are only a block apart, but the new one is on land that is not part of this lawsuit. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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In The West Bank, A Synagogue Comes Down

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Workers sort potatoes in the field, collecting small and large ones in different buckets. Each bucket weighs 30 pounds or so. A worker will shoulder that bucket and dump it into a flatbed truck 400 to 500 times a day. It's a daily load of 6 or 7 tons of sweet potatoes. Dan Charles/NPR hide caption

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Behind Your Holiday Sweet Potato Dish, Hard Work In The Fields

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Godzilla Blue Öyster Cult
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Decora Yo La Tengo

Volunteers learn how to handle balloons for the upcoming Thanksgiving Day parade in Detroit. Dawn Uhl-Zifilippo hide caption

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Up, Up And Away: Balloon School For Parade Newbies

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Black Balloons Local Natives

The Beijing Environment Exchange, one of seven emissions trading pilot programs in China, may be part of a nationwide carbon market by as early as 2017. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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China Plans To Create A Nationwide Carbon Market By 2017

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Flight of the Bumblebee Shawn Lee
In the Hall of the Mountain King Shawn Lee
The Sticks The Budos Band
Nocturne Nomo
Crescent Nomo
Shroud The Stars Max Tannone

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