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A still image from a WWE video tribute to Mae Young shows the famed wrestler during the early years of her career. Young died last week in South Carolina.

Wrestling Fans Mourn Mae Young, 90 — A Pioneer Of The Ring

She had a career that sometimes defied common sense and the laws of good taste. She famously competed in wrestling matches over a span of more than 70 years. And last week, word went out that Mae Young has died at age 90.

Shorter Lines? For Elections Commission, It's Common Sense

Ahead Of World Cup, Brazil's Delays Have FIFA Concerned

Turkish Opposition Eyes Its Oppurtinity In March

Pentagon, White House Are At Odds Over Afghanistan

Obama Launches Task Force To Combat Sexual Assault

In Syrian Conference, Former Diplomat Hears Echoes Of The Balkans

A baby born too soon continues to develop and grow inside an incubator at the neonatal ward of the Centre Hospitalier de Lens in Lens, northern France.

A Growth Factor Heals The Damage To A Preemie's Brain — In Mice

A naturally occurring substance called epidermal growth factor appears to reverse a type of brain damage that's common in very premature infants.

Dr. Scott Gottlieb and Megan McArdle face off against Jonathan Chait and Dr. Douglas Kamerow over the Affordable Care Act in a debate moderated by John Donvan in January.

Debate: Is The Affordable Care Act Beyond Repair?

The Affordable Care Act had ardent critics and supporters long before last fall's troubled launch of the website. Opponents of Obamacare say the law will reduce, not increase, the number of health plans available to Americans and that fewer consumers will be able to afford care than before. And delays in implementation of portions of the ACA, they argue, demonstrate how the Obama administration has been forced to undermine its own law in order to keep it running.

Warren Buffett with Harlem Globetrotter Chris "Handles" Franklin at Berkshire Hathaway's annual meeting in May 2013.

Warren Buffett's $1 Billion Basketball Bet Is A Very Long Shot

Talk about March Madness:

Billionaire investment guru Warren Buffett and Quicken Loans have teamed up on a "Billion $ Bracket Challenge."

Basically, Quicken is offering a $1 billion grand prize — yes, that's billion, with a B — if someone correctly picks the outcome of all 63 games in the men's Division I college basketball tournament this spring.