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Becoming American: Immigrants Tweet Their Stories

Entrepreneurs and engineers, performers and professors are among those who are sharing their stories about becoming American on Twitter.
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Fake IDs Backfire On Pa. College Students

Police say a student named Dean and some friends ordered fake ID's from China. When the package was mistakenly delivered to a college dean with the same last name, the students' parents were called.
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White House Moves To Protect Investors From Bad Retirement Advice

The White House says President Obama on Monday will direct the Department of Labor to craft new rules to require financial advisers to put their clients' interests ahead of their own.
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Runway Collections Inspired By Vibes From '60s And '70s

Renee Montagne looks back at the best of New York Fashion Week with Deborah Needleman, editor-in-chief of T: The New York Times Style Magazine, and looks forward to what will hit the European runways.
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How We Talk About Our Teachers

The words college students use to describe their professors say a lot about how men and women are judged differently.
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When Kids Think Parents Play Favorites, It Can Spell Trouble

When children think they're being slighted, it can lead to risky behavior as teenagers, a study finds. Having warm, respectful relationships helps counteract the claim, "You always liked her best!"
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Wil Smith, Single Dad And Beloved StoryCorps Participant, Dies At 46

Wil Smith, a single dad whom listeners met through StoryCorps, died Sunday. A few years ago he was diagnosed with colon cancer. (This conversation initially aired on Oct. 23, 2013 on Morning Edition).
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Advanced Placement History Test Accused Of Being Unpatriotic

An Oklahoma legislative panel is reviewing the latest Advanced Placement U.S. History course and could cut funding for it in the state's schools. Lawmakers complain the course focuses on the negative.
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New Hospital Buildings Define Future Of Health Care

Across the country, the health care industry is pouring billions of dollars into new hospitals and medical centers. And the new hospitals of today are very different than the ones they're replacing.
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Immigration Courts 'Operating In Crisis Mode,' Judges Say

The nation's immigration courts are jammed with the asylum cases of some 60,000 unaccompanied minors who crossed the southern border last summer. There are 429,000 cases pending and only 223 judges.

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