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Less than a week after the Women's March, anti-abortion activists are taking to the streets for what they call the March for Life.

The Year of the Rooster begins Saturday, and hundreds of millions have departed to celebrate with family. "All the outsiders have left for home," says 85-year-old grandmother Yuan Suizhen.

Santiago Ramón y Cajal's drawings of nerve cells changed scientists' understanding of the brain. Now, 80 of those drawings are going on display at an art museum in Minnesota.

The country's single biggest source of climate information is the federal government. What happens if a Trump administration tries to censor it?

After defecting, the ex-diplomat told his sons: "You can go to the Internet, you can do Internet games whenever you like, you can read any books, watch any films." In North Korea, this was impossible.

Luke Harding, the former Moscow Bureau Chief for The Guardian, says that Putin "wants to turn the clock back to an age ... where strong sovereign nations didn't talk about values or human rights."

The aging town of Rutland opened its doors to Syrian families, but not everyone's happy. "My heart aches for the refugees," says a resident. "But my heart also aches for the locals, our own, first."

France's far-right National Front party has never had a real chance at the presidency. But the rise of populist nationalism has encouraged the party's candidate, Marine Le Pen.

Many Mexicans are angry over President Trump's executive order to begin building a wall along the border. Some Mexican politicians are asking their president to cancel a planned meeting with Trump.

Actress Mary Tyler Moore helped redefine women's roles on TV. She starred in one of the first hit shows to feature a single career woman — The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Moore died Wednesday at age 80.

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