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CBS NEWS— Behind The Lens: Iceland's Down syndrome dilemma

It's 10:00 p.m. in downtown Reykjavik, and the sun is just starting to set. The light grey hue that has stamped the sky all day now has soft streaks of orange. The summer solstice in Iceland is in full swing. 

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — For Argentine chemo patients, mirrors can hurt

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — For cancer patients dealing with the physical and psychological trauma of the disease, even looking in the mirror can be difficult. When chemotherapy robs your hair, it's common to feel that a part of your identity goes missing as well.


THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — A New Kind of Social Network Connects Cooks and Hungry Diners

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina — If the latest development in culinary social media catches on, then the trendiest restaurants may no longer be restaurants.

A growing number of apps and websites are taking the traditional chef-diner relationship out of established eateries and into private homes. 


NBC NEWS — How to protect your personal information from hackers while on spring break

When you check into your hotel on spring break vacation, one of the first things you may do is connect to the Wi-Fi that most resembles the hotel's name. You assume your data is safe — but now hackers are imitating the Wi-Fi at your hotel to steal your personal data. And they have new tricks to make it even tougher to spot.

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THE ASSOCIATED PRESS — Argentine gaucho tames with whispers, not whips

SAN ANTONIO DE ARECO, Argentina (AP)  There is no whip in sight, no shouting or loud jabs. Not even a firm hand on the reins. And yet Martin Tatta somehow persuades his beloved Milonga to join him in acrobatic feats, from handstands to other poses that even the most understanding horses rarely display.


NBC NEWS — 'Digital kidnapping' alert: How to protect your family from online predators

As parents, we love to take photos of our kids and post them: It's a great way to keep our family and friends in the loop. But experts warn that online predators are watching too, using our posts to track our children.

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CBS NEWS — Climate Refugees: Kiribati

Kiribati, the Pacific island nation with a population of 100,000, faces looming threats due to sea level rise and climate change. The archipelago is made up of 33 coral atolls and lies halfway between Hawaii and Australia.

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