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New Chinese tariffs will raise the price of many American crops, including almonds and other nuts. PM Images/Getty Images hide caption

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What Chinese Tariffs Targeting American Crops Will Mean For Farmers

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Reacquired Volkswagen and Audi diesel cars sit in a desert graveyard near Victorville, Calif., on Wednesday. Volkswagen AG has paid more than $7.4 billion to buy back about 350,000 vehicles, the automaker said in a recent court filing. Lucy Nicholson/Reuters hide caption

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The city council in Los Alamitos, Calif., has given its preliminary approval to a measure exempting the city from a state law that limits cooperation between local police and federal immigration agents. Mayor Troy Edgar is seen here on Monday outside Los Alamitos City Hall. Amy Taxin/AP hide caption

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Wendy Root Askew with her husband Dominick Askew and their son. When the little boy (now 6) was born, Root Askew struggled with postpartum depression. She likes California's bill, she says, because it goes beyond mandatory screening; it would also require insurers to establish programs to help women get treatment. Courtesy of Wendy Root Askew hide caption

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Lawmakers Weigh Pros And Cons Of Mandatory Screening For Postpartum Depression

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Scientists are finding that, just as with secondhand smoke from tobacco, inhaling secondhand smoke from marijuana can make it harder for arteries to expand to allow a healthy flow of blood. Maren Caruso/Getty Images hide caption

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Are There Risks From Secondhand Marijuana Smoke? Early Science Says Yes

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Vanessa Flores (right) embraces another woman Friday after she leaves the locked-down Veterans Home of California in Yountville, Calif., during a hostage situation. Law enforcement officers found a gunman and three hostages dead after a lengthy standoff. Stephen Lam/Getty Images hide caption

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The U.S. Capitol is seen here on March 7, 2018. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Too Many Candidates? Democrats Grapple With Oversupply In Southern California

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Jacob Katz, with California Trout, says growing bugs in rice fields could be part of the solution for boosting salmon populations in rivers statewide. Ezra David Romero/Capital Public Radio hide caption

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A flooded car sits in Hough's Neck on Friday in Quincy, Mass. A nor'easter hit the east coast on Friday, bringing coastal flooding, heavy snow and strong winds to the area. Scott Eisen/Getty Images hide caption

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A new study suggests Risso's dolphins, which are common along the U.S. Pacific Coast, use past experiences to plan their dives for food. Elizabeth Haslam/Flickr hide caption

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Risso's Dolphin Group

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