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Batting With A Rock-Hard Ball, For The Love Of The (Cricket) Game

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The goal was to make sure hospitals didn't send patients home too soon, without a plan for following up or without enough support at home to recover completely. Science Photo Library / Getty Images hide caption

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Remembering Liu Xiaobo, Who Fought For Human Rights In China

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Week In Politics: Trump Jr.'s Meeting With Russian Lawyer, GOP Health Bill

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A Novelist Forces Himself To Press On After Losing 100 Pages In A Tech Glitch

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Remembering 'Captain' Neil Cohen, Summer Camp Counselor And Sage

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Week In Politics: Trump's Speech In Poland, Health Care Debate

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