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Kim Jong Un Makes First Public Appearance In More Than A Month

The North Korean leader's disappearance from the public eye led to speculation that he had suffered from a serious medical problem or even a coup. New photos from state media show him using a cane.

Getting Some 'Me' Time: Why Millennials Are So Individualistic

Millennials are often criticized for being the most entitled and self-absorbed generation. Many call them narcissists, while others say they should take time to find themselves.

Daniel Tiger: Won't You Be His Neighbor?

The PBS program Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood is bringing the legacy of Fred Rogers to a new generation of children.

Vatican Report Expresses More Tolerance For Gays, Unmarried Couples

The preliminary document isn't binding, but suggests the influence of Pope Francis' urging that Catholicism become more merciful.

Police Arrest Dozens In Ferguson, Mo., Protests

At least 49 were arrested Monday afternoon and into the evening for acts of civil disobedience during protests over the August police shooting death of 18-year-old Michael Brown.

Key To Securing Online Accounts May Be Just A Squiggle Away

Engineering researchers at Rutgers University have discovered that the free-form symbol might be the ultimate password. The uniqueness of someone's squiggle makes it a tough password to rip off.

For Italy's Gay Rights Advocates, It's 1 Step Forward, 2 Steps Back

Italy lags behind other EU states in guaranteeing equal rights for homosexuals. Gay couples have no legal recognition or adoption rights, and a bill that would make homophobia a crime has stalled.

North Carolina And Alaska Issue Same-Sex Marriage Licenses

A shift in the two states is among the cascading effects of the Supreme Court's refusal to review any appeals in same-sex marriage cases in its current term.

On Front Lines Against Ebola, Training A Matter Of Life Or Death

At least 7,000 health care workers are needed to staff new Ebola treatment centers in Liberia alone. Those doctors, nurses and hygienists must learn how to protect themselves and how not to panic.

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