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Hello Barbie is displayed at the Mattel showroom at the North American International Toy Fair in New York. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Hello, Barbie! What Do You Want To Talk About Today?

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The search for quality day care is getting increasingly difficult as small, independent operations are closing. Marc Romanelli/Getty Images hide caption

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In Rural New York, Child Care Is Getting Harder To Come By

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Afghan children look on at a refugee camp in Jalalabad on May 3, 2015. Like thousands of Afghan returnees, Neik Mohammad became unwanted in Pakistan after a Taliban massacre at a Peshawar school, forcing him to return home to a life of misery and fear in a squalid refugee settlement. SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Will Pregnancy Tests In Alaska Bars Dissuade Moms-To-Be From Drinking?

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