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How Black Students At Mizzou Are Coping With This Week's Threats

Since online threats targeting black students were posted online, black students have found ways to support each other.
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Court Restores Jerry Sandusky's Penn State Pension

The former Penn State assistant football coach was convicted in 2012 of sexually abusing 10 boys. The court said he was entitled to the $4,900-a-month pension.
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NFL's Red And Green Uniforms Described As 'Torture' By Colorblind Fans

Some called it unwatchable — and that wasn't just because the Jets and Bills were playing. Thursday night's NFL game is drawing criticism for featuring teams in all-red and all-green uniforms.
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Google's Traffic Stop: A Crash Course In Self-Driving Concerns

California police pulling over Google's self-driving car is just the latest buzz surrounding autonomous vehicles. How will these cars respond to the variables found in a daily commute?
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Trump's Tirade: Comparing Carson To A Child Molester, 'Stupid' Iowans And More

The real estate magnate was exasperated and unfiltered during at 95-minute speech in Iowa on Thursday evening, going hard against his main GOP rival and others.
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More Women Than Men Are Obese In America, And Gap Is Widening

After decades of increases, U.S. obesity rates overall seem to be flattening out, the CDC says. But obesity is rising among middle-aged women, and particularly among black and Hispanic women.
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The Incubator School: E Is For Experimental & Entrepreneur

At this Los Angeles school, STEM and entrepreneurship are as important as reading and math.
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No Longer 'The Only One'? This Year, Things Changed For Asian-Americans On TV

Remember this time last year? The roster of Asian-American leads was sparse. With shows like Fresh Off The Boat, Quantico and Master of None, things are starting to look much different.
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A Push In California To Train More Latino And Black Nurses

Though 39 percent of the state's population is Latino, only 8 percent of its nurses are. Health officials are looking to reduce health disparities by increasing diversity among health professionals.
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Video: 'Fresh Off The Boat' Writer Nahnatchka Khan Tells Stories From The Inside Out

Nahnatchka Khan writes scripts that focus on real-life experiences. There are thousands of stories to tell, and she says Fresh Off the Boat is just the beginning.

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