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Fans Rally Outside Staples Center To Support Clippers

LA Clippers fans have always supported their team, if not its owner Donald Sterling. We check in with people outside the Staples Center, where the Clippers played Golden State in the NBA playoffs.
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Training Men And Women On Campus To 'Speak Up' To Prevent Rape

Colleges are teaching students what's known as bystander intervention, based on the idea that both men and women can intervene to interrupt behaviors that could lead to sexual assault.
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Ranchers Conflict With Grazing Fees Began Decades Ago

The controversy over Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy's fight with the federal government seems to have come out of nowhere. It, however, is just the latest skirmish in a fight that's goes back 150 years.
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If You Want Flextime But Are Afraid To Ask, Consider Moving

In Vermont and San Francisco, the right of employees to ask for flexible work schedules is now enshrined in law. That doesn't mean, however, that employers are compelled to grant them.
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Why Would The NAACP Honor Donald Sterling Anyway?

The LA Clippers' owner had a track record of discriminatory behavior. Though the NAACP rescinded a planned award for him after his racist rant, it has honored him in the past.
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Small Gains, But Much Left To Fix, In Campus Sexual Assault Cases

In 2010, NPR's Joe Shapiro led an investigation into sexual assault on college campuses. As the White House releases its own report, Shapiro explains what's changed since 2010 — and what hasn't.
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Reactions To NBA's Ban Of Clippers Owner Donald Sterling

Current and former NBA players are praising the league's decision to punish LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling with a lifetime ban over racist remarks he made in an audio recording.
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White House Report Lays Out Plans For Combating Campus Sexual Assault

A White House task force issued a report Tuesday aimed at dealing with sexual assault cases at colleges. The report offers basic guidelines for schools and sets up a national reporting system.
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Dozens Dead And Communities Reeling As Storms Roil Deep South

Severe storms have hit Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee, killing more than 30 people and leveling buildings throughout the South.
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Farmers And Frackers Wrangle For Water In Shadow Of Calif. Drought

California's drought has developed an interesting relationship between farmers and oilers: California oil wells produce more water than oil, and Chevron filters that water and sells it to a local water district. Interest in the technology is growing in the Central Valley, but high costs and uneasy relations between oil and agriculture might get in the way.

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