"I never thought that my story would have touched somebody so much that they went in front of Congress to present a bill," the young woman, whom NPR is not naming, said of Shaheen. "There's a lot of voices out there that can't tell her thank you." Evie Stone/NPR hide caption

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Young Trafficking Victim's Story On NPR Leads To Senator's Amendment

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Former FBI Agent Speaks Out: 'I Was Not Protected'

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Kobus alerted his managers that a supervisor was allowing favorite employees to take time off for their birthdays, so the government had to pay more for other people at the agency to work overtime. "You know, this is not our money. This is the taxpayers' money, and I want it to be correct," he says. Courtesy of Robert Kobus hide caption

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A Decade After Blowing The Whistle On The FBI, Vindication

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This woman, who has had her prostitution charge wiped away, says she got the lotus tattoo to cover up the brand of a former pimp. "Once they put their name on me, I was their property," she adds. She says she got the word "persist" tattooed as a reminder to keep moving forward. Evie Stone/NPR hide caption

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Little-Known Laws Help Sex Trafficking Victims Clear Criminal Records

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Gingrich Has Record Of Clashing With The Right

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