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Cheryl Chandler says she happened to click on a viral video showing a woman wearing a hospital gown, not knowing it showed her 22-year-old daughter, Rebecca. She has mental health issues and was left outside a Baltimore hospital on a cold January night. The video recorded by a passer-by went viral. Jared Soares for NPR hide caption

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'Failing Patients': Baltimore Video Highlights Crisis Of Emergency Psychiatric Care

A viral video is drawing attention to a problem in hospital emergency rooms across the country. More and more patients with urgent psychiatric conditions aren't receiving the care they need.

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Trump Skips Annual Gathering Of D.C. Journalists For A Second Year

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Looped Kiasmos
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How A Half-Hour In A U.S. Embassy Changed A Life

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A wooden cross marks an unidentified U.S. Army grave at Fort Laramie, Wyo., as pictured in 2009. The Fort Laramie National Historic Site will host a gathering of Lakota people this weekend to commemorate an 1868 treaty with the U.S. government. Matt Joyce/AP hide caption

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Amid Keystone XL Fight, The Lakota Treaty Of Fort Laramie Turns 150

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'Tully Gets It': Charlize Theron Wants An Honest Conversation About Motherhood

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The suspect in a van attack in Toronto that killed 10 people declared an "incel rebellion" in a Facebook post preceding the incident. Towfiqu Photography/Getty Images hide caption

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What's An 'Incel'? The Online Community Behind The Toronto Van Attack

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Tabulasa Broke For Free

Middlesex County Correctional Facility Assistant Deputy Superintendent Scott Chaput with inmates in the prison's P.A.C.T (People Achieving Change Together) unit in Billerica, Mass. Meredith Nierman/WGBH hide caption

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A New Approach To Incarceration In The U.S.: Responsibility

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Deciduous Edamame

Cheryl Chandler says she happened to click on a viral video showing a woman wearing a hospital gown, not knowing it showed her 22-year-old daughter, Rebecca. She has mental health issues and was left outside a Baltimore hospital on a cold January night. The video recorded by a passer-by went viral. Jared Soares for NPR hide caption

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'Failing Patients': Baltimore Video Highlights Crisis Of Emergency Psychiatric Care

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