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Thursday, April 24, 2014

Migraine headaches impact 36 million Americans. (Danomyte/Shutterstock)

Three American Doctors Killed in Afghanistan | New Migraine Drugs Signal Hope for Millions | How Video Game Performance Can Determine Hiring and Firing | FDA Proposes New Rules for E-Cigs | Are We Just Waiting for Another Tech Bubble? | Obama Walks Tightrope Between Asian Allies | Here's What the Future of Voting in America Look Like

New Migraine Drugs Signal Hope for Millions

Over the past 50 years, there hasn't been a single preventative drug developed that specifically targets migraines. But some new research in its early stages shows hope that a preventative drug may be within reach.

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Should a Video Game Determine Hiring and Firing?

Some companies are using video games as a way to evaluate potential employees. It allows them to monitor the "micro-behaviors" of candidates during game play.

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Obama Walks Tightrope Between Asian Allies

President Obama is walking a tightrope—he must balance U.S. relationships with China, Japan, and South Korea as a huge trade deal hangs in the pendulum. Can the president keep his footing steady?

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Are We Just Waiting for Another Tech Bubble?

Some in Silicon Valley and on Wall Street are scratching their heads, worrying that the tech economy has re-entered the boom-and-bust era of the late 1990s.

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Here's What the Future of Voting Looks Like

Many agree that technology can and should simplify the electoral process in this country. But in practice, what will the future of voting in America look like?

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Today's Highlights | April 24, 2014

Also on Today's Show: Three Americans have been killed by a local police officer in Kabul, Afghanistan...The wild west world of e-cigarettes is about to change as the FDA lays out sweeping new rules.

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