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Whose Supporters Like Cheap Flights, 'The Daily Show' And Fracking?

Online marketers know an awful lot about the shopping preferences of supporters of various Democratic presidential hopefuls.
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Appeals Court Affirms State Gun Control Laws Passed After Sandy Hook Shooting

A federal appeals court has upheld the main parts of gun control laws in Connecticut and New York that ban semiautomatic weapons and large-capacity magazines.
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'Becoming Nicole' Recounts One Family's Acceptance Of A Transgender Child

When Kelly and Wayne Maines adopted identical twin boys in 1997, they didn't anticipate raising one of their sons as a daughter. They tell their story, with author Amy Ellis Nutt, in Becoming Nicole.
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War Of Words Escalates Between Amazon And 'The New York Times'

In a blog post published Monday morning, the Seattle-based retailer pushed back against the newspaper, saying its story about Amazon's tough workplace culture fails Journalism 101.
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Pediatricians Say Absolutely No Drinking While Pregnant

Ten percent of pregnant women say they drink, even though doctors have spent decades saying that birth defects and developmental delays from alcohol can be prevented completely by abstaining.
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'Fanciful'? Meet Lawrence Lessig, The Candidate With A Single Issue

Lessig is a passionate advocate for campaign finance reform. If he wins, he says, he will pass the Citizen Equality Act of 2017 to provide voters with vouchers to fund the campaign of their choice.
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Survey: Half Of Food Workers Go To Work Sick Because They Have To

Sick food workers who go to work say they can't afford to stay home or don't want to let their co-workers down, a survey finds. That puts consumers at risk of getting sick from contaminated food.

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'Washington Post' Managing Editor Kevin Merida To Step Down

After 22 years, Merida will leave for a job at ESPN as senior vice president and editor in chief of The Undefeated, a digital site that will explore the intersection of sports, race and culture.
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Who Benefits from Less Segregated Schools? You Might Add White Kids To The List

Our friends at NPR Ed take a look at the impact of integrated schools on white children.
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The Evidence That White Children Benefit From Integrated Schools

It has long been established that poor and minority children do better in integrated classrooms. But there's more and more to suggest that the benefits spread to all students.

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