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Zika And Children: What Parents Need To Know
06/20/2016 4:56 PM
So far, data suggest that Zika doesn't pose the same risk of neurological defects babies and children as it does to fetuses in the womb. But doctors don't know the long-term effects of the virus.
Fish Have Feelings, Too: The Inner Lives Of Our 'Underwater Cousins'
06/20/2016 4:26 PM
Jonathan Balcombe, author of What A Fish Knows, says that fish have a conscious awareness ? or "sentience" ? that allows them to experience pain, recognize individual humans and have memory.
As Food Crisis Worsens, Venezuelans Loot Almost-Empty Stores
06/20/2016 4:13 PM
As food becomes increasingly scarce, hungry Venezuelans have carried out dozens of riots this month, ransacking stores that have little on their shelves.
Partial Transcripts Of Orlando Gunman's 911 Calls Show Vows And Threats
06/20/2016 3:54 PM
Toward the end of the standoff, survivors of the attack told police "the shooter said he was going to put four vests with bombs on victims within 15 minutes," the FBI says.
High Court Lets Connecticut, New York Assault Weapons Bans Stand
06/20/2016 3:30 PM
A lower court had decided that banning semiautomatic assault weapons and large-capacity magazines do not violate the Second Amendment.
Cavaliers' Historic Win Was Just What This Fan Needed
06/20/2016 3:05 PM
People from Cleveland know not to get ahead of themselves. We know what it's like to lose. Until now.
A Festival For Mixed-Race Storytellers ? And Everyone Else, Too
06/20/2016 3:02 PM
The Mixed Remixed festival isn't just for folks who are multiracial. It's about connecting people from all over the world who aren't always seen as belonging together.
Here Are The 4 Gun Proposals The Senate Votes On Monday (Again)
06/20/2016 2:43 PM
Just over a week after the deadly nightclub rampage in Orlando, the Senate has been moved to action on guns. But there's little reason for optimism as previous versions of the amendments have failed.
Embattled Trump Campaign Manager Out
06/20/2016 2:27 PM
Corey Lewandowski's departure appears to be a reaction to the presumptive GOP nominee's sagging poll numbers and weeks of difficulty as he prepped for a tough fight with Hillary Clinton.
A Transatlantic Flight Without Fuel: Solar Impulse Leaves New York On Ambitious Trip
06/20/2016 2:20 PM
The Solar Impulse 2 plane is being flown across the Atlantic Ocean on a four-day trip to Spain. The solar-powered craft took off from New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport early Monday.
Refugees, Displaced People Surpass 60 Million For First Time, UNHCR Says
06/20/2016 12:01 PM
At the end of 2015, 65.3 million people had fled conflict and persecution, the refugee agency says. That's one in every 113 people ? or 24 people every minute. And very few found places to resettle.
Why Preschool Suspensions Still Happen (And How To Stop Them)
06/20/2016 11:00 AM
Thousands of children in public pre-K, especially black preschoolers, are suspended each year. The problems are clear. So are some fixes.
Yes, There's A Summer Camp Dedicated To Learning About North Korea
06/20/2016 8:43 AM
On a beach resort in Southern South Korea, the government sponsors camps each year where kids as young as six are taught about North Koreans, to prepare for a peaceful "reunification" one day.
Baby Boomers With Hemophilia Didn't Expect To Grow Old
06/20/2016 8:38 AM
A generation that survived life-threatening bleeds, the HIV epidemic and Hepatitis C now nears retirement with an illness that can mostly be safely managed at home ? for about $250,000 a year.
In 2016, Talking Politics Can Make Things Uncomfortable At Work
06/20/2016 8:37 AM
This presidential election, many workers and employers say political vitriol is carrying over into the workplace ? making it a potentially hostile environment.

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