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Barred From Baptism, Mormon Kids Of Same-Sex Couples Face A Fraught Choice

The Mormon church recently made a policy preventing children of same-sex couples from getting baptized. The move has exposed a rift among Mormons — and made for some difficult decisions.
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Candidates Long To Know What Young Voters Want. Why Not Just Ask?

Candidates seem to find the question a conundrum — and a pressing one, with the presidential election a year away. So, NPR's Michel Martin asked students at Iowa's Drake University what they want.
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After A Turbulent Week, Mizzou Students Look Ahead

After the system president was ousted and a football game was held in suspense, University of Missouri at Columbia students share their views about what they hope will follow.
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Your School Shapes How You Think About Inequality

A new book looks at how high school students' perceptions of race and injustice change based on how diverse their school is.
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Obama Pledges U.S. Support For France In Wake Of Attacks

Hours after news of the Paris attacks broke, President Obama called them "an attack on all of humanity." On Saturday, Obama leaves for Turkey and beyond for a series of international meetings.
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Attacks In Paris May Alter The American Campaign Landscape

NPR's Scott Simon talks with Roger Simon, Politico's chief political correspondent, about how the attacks in Paris may change the focus of Saturday's Democratic primary debate in Des Moines, Iowa.
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Paris Attacks To Play Big Role In Tonight's Democratic Debate

The terrorist attacks in Paris will likely add a new wrinkle to the second Democratic primary debate, something that has gotten little attention to this point on the Democratic side — foreign policy.
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What Our Reporters Learned From The World's Teenage Girls: #15Girls

The girls we met shook up our ideas about everything: menstruation, child brides, soccer, school, whether parents favor boys over girls.
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Would More Dinner and Golf Solve Washington's Problems? Ray LaHood Thinks So

The former Transportation Secretary's new book bemoans the end of bipartisanship. Is his vision of compromise a pipe dream?
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U.S. Political Reaction To Paris Attacks Split Along Party Lines

Politics is never far from controversy — be it Supreme Court rulings, guns or terrorist attacks, like Paris. The American president — and the people trying to replace him — all weighed in.

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