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AirTalk for February 20, 2014

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Despite initial truce negotiations between Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovych’s regime and opposition leader, both protesters and riot police officers used firearms in the deadliest day of the three-month political crisis.
A new study from professors at UPenn’s Wharton School and Dartmouth’s Tuck School of Business has found that as people age, ordinary experiences are more meaningful.
Cal State Los Angeles has been working to the revise its general education curriculum for the past few years. One of the stick points that have emerged recently is how to best teach students about diversity, and what that term means.
Concerns over skyrocketing rates of cesarean sections across the country have prompted a new guidelines encouraging doctors and pregnant women to be more patient during labor. One in 3 American women now delivers via C-section, a rate more than 60 percent higher than just 15 years ago.

OC Sheriff eases access to concealed weapons permits

Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens has eased requirements for obtaining a concealed-weapons permit.
Do you keep financial secrets from your spouse or significant other? If you do, you are not alone.

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