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Friday, December 20, 2013

Billy from London plays with the 'Innotab 2' from V-Tech at the 2012 'Dream Toys' exhibition in central London on October 31, 2012. (LEON NEAL/AFP/Getty)

Suffering in Silence: College Kids & Suicide | What to Get the Kids? High Tech Toys that Teach | Surprise Pardon: Putin Frees His Rival Khodorkovsky | Obama Commutes Sentences of Eight Federal Inmates | Movie Date: 'American Hustle,' 'Anchorman 2,' 'Her' | Actor Ralph Fiennes Explores the Hidden Life of Dickens in "The Invisible Woman"

Suffering in Silence: College Kids & Suicide

Nearly half of all college students have had suicidal thoughts. Donna and Phil Satow co-founded The Jed Foundation after they tragically loss their youngest son Jed to suicide during ...

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What to Get the Kids? High Tech Toys that Teach

There are dozens of high-tech toys to pick from—battery-operated puppies, motorized wagons and so much more. But how do you actually pick out toys that have real educational value? Ma...

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Surprise Pardon: Putin Frees His Rival Khodorkovsky

Russian President Vladimir Putin has freed one of his most significant political rivals, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, the famed Russian oil tycoon, oligarch and Kremlin critic, who has been...

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Obama Commutes Sentences of Eight Inmates

Yesterday President Barack Obama commuted the sentences of eight federal inmates for crack cocaine offenses. Each inmate has been imprisoned for at least 15 years, and six were senten...

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Movie Date: 'American Hustle,' 'Anchorman 2,' 'Her'

In this week's Movie Date podcast, Rafer and Kristen look at what could some of the last big movies of the year. They start with two big releases: The star-studded "American Hustle" a...

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Actor Ralph Fiennes Explores the Hidden Life of Dickens in "The Invisible Woman"

In his heyday, Charles Dickens was a literary and political rock star who attracted crowds everywhere he went. But behind closed doors, the writer and family man actually harbored a s...

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