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Adopted kids see long-lasting effects of Romanian orphanages

- Associated Press

Romanian children adopted from overcrowded orphanages in the 1990s were more likely to suffer psychological problems as adults compared to other children taken in by British families, according to a decades-long study.

In this Feb. 18, 2017 photo, Euless Trinity's Mack Beggs, left, wrestles Grand Prairie's Kailyn Clay during the finals of the UIL Region 2-6A wrestling tournament at Allen High School in Allen, Texas.   Beggs, who is transgender, is transitioning from female to male, won the girls regional championship after a female opponent forfeited the match. (Nathan Hunsinger/The Dallas Morning News via AP)

Transgender wrestler's state bid spotlights Texas policy

- Associated Press

A 17-year-old transgender wrestler who qualified for the girls state tournament while transitioning from female to male has become a high-profile test of a year-old Texas policy now being criticized by the attorney who tried to keep the athlete from competing.

FDA urged to let abortion pill be sold at pharmacies

- Associated Press

The so-called abortion pill - now dispensed only in clinics, hospitals and doctors' offices - should be made available by prescription in pharmacies across the U.S., according to a group of doctors and public health experts urging an end to tough federal restrictions on the drug.

Blake Miller (right) and Moving Units.

Moving Units: 'Ode to Joy Division'

Los Angeles band Moving Units has been delivering challenging yet danceable original music to the masses for over 15 years. That is why the band's upcoming CD is a bit of a head-scratcher: Instead of the a punchy disc of Moving Units songs, Blake Miller and the guys have decided on an album of covers of Joy Division songs called "Collision with Joy Division."

Barnes tackles urban experience with 'Person of the Crowd'

Associated Press

The Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia is taking art to the streets - and bringing the streets into the museum - as part of a major new exhibition that looks at engaging with public space and the urban experience.