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11:43 am
Fri January 24, 2014

When Elderly Are Hospitalized, Families Face Tough Decisions

Who will help make decisions when an older family member is hospitalized?
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It's never easy making medical choices for family members who are too sick to speak for themselves. But researchers say families of the elderly should be ready to do so.

When people over 65 end up in the hospital, about half of them eventually need someone else in the family to make decisions for them, according to findings published in the latest issue of JAMA Internal Medicine.

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11:36 am
Fri January 24, 2014

NFL's Richard Sherman 'Puts the 'I' In Team'

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11:36 am
Fri January 24, 2014

Is Fresh Take On The Voting Rights Act A 'Gold Mine'?

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11:36 am
Fri January 24, 2014

70 Years On, Judge Reexamines Black Teen's Conviction

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I'm Celeste Headlee. This is TELL ME MORE from NPR News. Coming up, Congress is considering legislation that would reinforce voting protections after the Supreme Court stripped the Voting Rights Act of many enforcement powers last session. We'll take a closer look at the proposal in just a moment. But first, a question of justice delayed. Fourteen-year-old George Stinney was executed in the 1944.

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10:36 am
Fri January 24, 2014

Ukraine Protests Spread, But 'Fragile Truce' Holds In Kiev

On Friday in Kiev, a woman knelt as she appealed to Ukranian police troops at the site of clashes with anti-government protesters.
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"Violent protests in Ukraine have spread beyond the capital, Kiev," the BBC writes, as President Viktor Yanukovych and three key opposition leaders meet.

On Friday, according to the BBC, "protesters stormed the governor's offices in Lviv, and there were rallies in at least five more western cities."

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