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Take our quiz: Your day in news, April 8

In this edition: Eric Holder snaps, new numbers in rolls of insured, study reveals ratio of mentally ill people in hospitals vs. prisons, and true or false.
US Attorney General Eric Holder testifies before a House Judiciary Committee, April 8, 2014.
US Attorney General Eric Holder testifies before a House Judiciary Committee, April 8, 2014.

Holder told Gohmert, "You should not assume that this is not a big deal to me. I think that it was inappropriate. I think it was unjust. But never think that that was not a big deal to me. Don’t ever think that.” Read the whole story here. 

The health care sign-ups reduced the percentage of uninsured Americans from 20.5% to 15.8%, find out more here. 

"The lack of treatment for seriously ill inmates is inhumane and should not be allowed in a civilized society," said Dr. E. Fuller Torrey, a lead author of the study. Read more about the findings here. 

More than a third of stay-at-home moms are living in poverty, according to the report, read more here.