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Pharmaceutical Ethics

Four states currently allow a pharmacist's moral or religious objections to trump an individual's right to get a prescribed medication, and some 20 other states are considering similar legislation. Meanwhile, legislators in California...

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Bird Songs

How do baby birds learn to sing? Do birds have regional accents or dialects? A researcher who has studied birds for more than thirty years explains how and why birds sing, and what we can learn by better understanding their songs.

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Political Unrest in Ecuador

After days of public unrest, Ecuador's Congress President Luiz Gutierrez has been forced to resign. We look at what led to this, including the President's role in disbanding the country's Supreme Court.

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