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In symbolic hope for a sweet new year, many Jews will mark the start of Rosh Hashanah with honey cake. The cake is sentimental, but not always beloved. Here, a delectable update to the ancient recipe.

Parents know that sometimes their children just aren't ready. Experts say it's crucial for families to check out what mental health services a college offers.

The Obama administration unveiled its long-awaited College Scorecard on Saturday. It aims to help prospective students decide what school best fits their needs.

Mott Haven Academy Charter School in the Bronx specializes in working with homeless students, students living in foster care, and those who've experienced trauma.

The California Senate passed a bill to legalize physician-assisted suicide in some cases. But Gov. Jerry Brown hasn't indicated whether he'll sign it.

The National Sept. 11 Memorial Museum trains a small group of high school students to give tours to their families and friends. But all of these tour guides were children when the Twin Towers fell.

Scientists used an estimate of how much fossil fuel is left in the ground to do computer simulations and come up with a worst-case scenario.

Philadelphia has tried and failed to lure developers to revamp its waterfront. So now it's sprucing it up on the cheap: a roller rink, string lights, hammocks and beer vendors. And it's working.

Ravi Patel had tried and failed to find "The One." So he reluctantly let his parents arrange for him to meet dozens of prospects. And his sister has filmed the whole thing — for our viewing pleasure.

Christopher Saucedo lost a brother in the twin towers, and two of his houses were flooded in the storms. He says he hopes his art shows people what it means to lose and how we manage to survive.




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