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Michael Schumacher Remains In Coma On Eve Of 45th Birthday

Thu, 2014-01-02 08:54

The race car legend fell while skiing in France on Sunday. A blow to his head caused extensive bleeding in his brain. Doctors induced a coma and have operated twice. They aren't talking publicly about his chances for recovery.

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Moved By Emotion: This Story Changed A Photographer's Lens

Thu, 2014-01-02 07:56

Kristie McLean traveled to Ethiopia to photograph women with obstetric fistula, a hole formed between the birth canal and bladder or rectum during labor. The terrible injury results in incontinence, and rejection by society. One story affected McLean more than any other; later, she learned its power was in its telling.

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Juanita Moore, Groundbreaking Actress, Dies

Thu, 2014-01-02 06:58

Her role as Annie Johnson in the 1959 film Imitation of Life led to an Oscar nomination — just the fifth at that time for a black actor or actress. Moore was 99 when she died on Wednesday.

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Accident Or Not? Palestinian Diplomat's Death Is A Mystery

Thu, 2014-01-02 06:20

The Palestinian ambassador to the Czech Republic was killed Wednesday by an explosion at his home in Prague. At first, officials said he may have triggered a bomb meant to explode only if a safe was tampered with. But other officials are disputing that account.

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Jobless Claims Were Nearly Unchanged Last Week

Thu, 2014-01-02 05:47

But the fact that 339,000 applications were filed — the fewest in a month — is a hopeful sign. Meanwhile, the most-anticipated news about the labor market each month, on the unemployment rate and job growth, won't be released until Jan. 10.

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