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From being called "Osama" in a Boston classroom, to looking at whether bullying prevention programs really work in Anchorage, youth producers from around the globe help show what many don’t we understand – but need to – about bullying.

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D.C. Government Drops Security Contractor For Violations

After more than one hundred citations for various violations, the D.C. government is dropping its $41 million contract with a security contractor.

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Report: Some 9/11 Pentagon Victim Remains Buried In Landfill

The remains of some victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks on the Pentagon were disposed of in a landfill, according to a report.

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Akash Kapur: India Becoming

India has been hailed as a model for the developing world. But its economic boom has led to a widening wealth gap, environmental damage and increase in crime. The price of growth in modern India.

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After Senate Vote, Celebration For Maryland Same-Sex Couples

While the same-sex marriage legislation passed in Maryland Thursday still faces some hurdles, couples in Maryland have taken the occasion as a cause for celebration.

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D.C. Gigs: Cutting Congress' Coifs

This week's D.C. Gigs features Joe Quatrone, an Italian immigrant who works shear magic in a small barber shop tucked away in the Rayburn Building.
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Baltimore County Investigated For Hiring Discrimination

The Justice Department's Civil Rights Division is investigating accusations of discrimination in the hiring practices of police and fire departments in Baltimore County.

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Donald Graham of The Washington Post Company

Donald Graham, CEO of The Washington Post Company talks journalism, web ventures and more with Kojo.

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The Politics And Reality Of Same-Sex Marriage In Maryland

We talk with a Maryland same-sex couple about the marriage debate in their state and how the passage of same-sex marriage would impact their lives.

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Karen Spears Zacharias: "A Silence of Mockingbirds: The Memoir of a Murder"

A journalist exposes the failures of an entire community to protect the 3-year-old daughter of a close family friend.

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