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In Response to Putin, Western Leaders Hope To Make The Man An Island

The U.S. and EU are trying to punish Russia for its actions in Ukraine. By doing so, they hope to create in Moscow a growing sense of isolation from the international community.
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Crimea Casts Long Shadow In Amsterdam, Where G7 Leaders Meet

A major nuclear summit in the Netherlands is convening more than 50 world leaders, including President Obama. The meeting allows European and U.S. leaders to discuss a concerted response to Russia.
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Does Google Glass Distract Drivers? The Debate Is On

Google Glass is a lightweight frame that sits on the nose with a tiny computer built into the lens. Before it even hits stores, lawmakers in several states want to ban it on the roads.
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When Mothers Get Moving, Children Are More Active, Too

A child's activity level may be linked to how active busy moms are. Researchers in the United Kingdom say just small changes in how mothers engage with their children can get both parties moving.
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Unidentified Remains To Be In Repository At Sept. 11 Museum

Thousands of remains will be coming to "the sacred ground of the World Trade Center site" this year, officials say. Family members will have a private seating area. The public will not have access.
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Sandwich Monday: We Tackle The Army's 'Pork Rib' MRE

For this week's Sandwich Monday, we try the Department of Defense's imitation McRib. It's an MRE, Pork Rib flavor. "This meal disgusts me more before 8 a.m. than most meals disgust me all day."
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Kids Benefit From Counseling At The Pediatrician's Office

Defiance and other behavior problems are common in children, and counseling can help. Offering mental health care at the pediatrician's office made it much more likely that children would attend.
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Journalists Say 'Protect And Serve' Became Steal And Abuse

Wendy Ruderman and Barbara Laker won a Pulitzer Prize for their investigation on police corruption in Philadelphia. They talk about their reporting and new book Busted.
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Do Black Frats Need To Clean Up Their Act?

Some African-American fraternities are in the news for brutal hazing. Lawrence Ross, author of The Divine Nine, weighs in. He's joined by Walter Kimbrough, who's covered hazing for The Atlantic.
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Florida Responds To Reports Of Child Abuse And Neglect

Interim Secretary Esther Jacobo of the Florida Department of Children and Families responds to Tell Me More's recent conversation on child abuse and neglect in the state.

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