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Connecticut has built a safety net that will send a child-behavior expert to any daycare or pre-K in the state that's having trouble with a disruptive child.

At mass shooting sites from Orlando to Newtown to Virginia Tech, historians are collecting items that mourners and sympathizers leave and preserving them in archives.

Restaurant critic Rick Nelson has been tasting and reviewing all the food at the Minnesota State Fair since 2000. He shares his greatest hits and greatest gross-outs of this year's fair.

Pope Francis canonized Mother Teresa Sunday. The nun was praised for her work helping the poor in India. But critics say she only provided minimal assistance.

As world leaders arrive in China for the G20 summit, China is cleaning up the facade of the city of Hangzhou by closing hundreds of factories for one week, making the skies temporarily smog-free.

In his memoir True Faith and Allegiance, former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales defends the legacy of the Bush administration ahead of the 15th anniversary of Sept. 11.

Lisa Vogl and her partners launched Verona online to fill a fashion void. Now, it's a boutique stocked with long-sleeved caftans, full-length slit-less skirts, and more than 300 varieties of hijabs.

Scientists are working to breed pandas in captivity, train them to live in the wild and then hopefully release them. Photographer Ami Vitale spent three years getting to know the bears and scientists.

After complaints, Pretoria High is under pressure to look at its policies for black students, who say they should be able to wear natural hair and speak their native languages.

Rachel Martin explores some character traits that push voters away from the two most unpopular candidates in modern history. For Clinton, it's the way she seems to protect her privacy at all costs.

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