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President Obama campaigns in Wisconsin; Vice President Joe Biden spends another day in New Hampshire.
Inside Larry Smarr's refrigerator on Wednesday was a stool sample that he planned to FedEx to a laboratory, which will return a 10-page report of information about Smarr's health. This monthly test is not part of his doctor's orders, nor is the plethora of mobile technologies that Smarr uses to track what's going on inside his body. But Smarr believes everyone should take charge of monitoring their own health, given how little time people tend to spend actually talking to their doctors. He's a proponent of a movement called "Quantified Self," the idea that we can gain valuable knowledge from tracking our own bodies and behaviors using technology. "It's the way medicine ought to be," says Smarr,
US-Crabapple Occupy Wall Street
Molly Crabapple, an artist, writes about her arrest and detention in jail for walking along with protesters on the one year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street. From the piece: "On the morning of my arrest, I wasn't sure if Occupy Wall Street movement was over. I went to the demonstration out of loyalty, and nostalgia for the days of the Zucotti camps. The people's library, free clothes and gourmet soup kitchen were gone now, or reduced to shadows of their former selves. But I wanted to pay homage to the movement that had shown me my artistic voice."
Documentary-maker Brent Huffman is battling to save from destruction an ancient Afghan Buddhist site, Mes Aynak, that sits on copper reserves. A Chinese company has permission to create a massive open-pit style copper mine on the site -- historically imp but not very famous -- but Huffman says the mining plan would be akin to destroying Machu Picchu.
CNN's Piers Morgan tapes an interview with Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Egyptian President Mohamed Morsy is expected to visit the United States on Sunday.
The 64th Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by Jimmy Kimmel will be held Sunday at 7 p.m. ET on ABC.
A new documentary shines light on the divide among Christians on what they believe about hell.
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After playing college football, working as a financial aid adviser and earning a master's degree, 25-year-old Andrew Fuller is back in high school.