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Gas taxes, sneak peek at 'Fifty Shades of Grey,' what is herd immunity?

Trying to fund road projects as gas taxes fizzle, 'Grand Budapest Hotel' cinematographer Robert Yeoman, and the influence of anonymous comments online

Attorney General Holder Testifies To House Appropriations Committee On Justice Dept. Budget

Eric Holder, Columbia's 'Black Girls Matter' study, Sony employees after the hack

An interview with U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, Columbia's 'Black Girls Matter' study, life for employees after the Sony hack

While equal rights occupy a large part of the debate over same-sex marriage, federal taxes are also also a concern for gay couples. Experts say repealing the Defense of Marriage Act will affect some same-sex couples when they file their taxes.

California measles 'tipping point,' ACA 2015 tax impact, Anthem hack

How California stacks up with vaccination policies, the Affordable Care Act changes the way you file taxes in 2015, the Anthem hack and personal data security.

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Doctor won't treat unvaccinated kids, CA gets 5 hockey teams, black cop on his experience

A doctor in Northridge explains why he is not treating unvaccinated kids, a black officer talks about his experience on the beat, five hockey teams head to California.

Center For Disease Control Reports Highest Number Of Measles Cases In 20 Years

Measles outbreak and politicians, 'Fresh Off the Boat,' Radioshack closes stores

The role of politicians in the measles outbreak, an interview with Hudson Yang of ABC's 'Fresh Off the Boat,' Radioshack shutting locations.

Immigration applications, Valley fever, Eddie Redmayne

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals applications, 8.6 percent of state prisoners have Valley fever, Eddie Redmayne talks 'The Theory of Everything.'