New Bill Aims To Hold Colleges Accountable For Campus Sex Crimes

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Boston Bombing Suspect's Friend Is Convicted On Obstruction Charges

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Anti-abortion protester Eleanor McCullen stands at the painted edge of a 35-foot buffer zone outside a Planned Parenthood location in Boston in December. She says she'll fight Massachusetts' new bill just like she did the last one. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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After Abortion Ruling, Mass. Pushes To Replace Buffer Zone Law

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Teens say their parents are teaching them that success smells sweeter than kindness. Flickr hide caption

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For Most Kids, Nice Finishes Last

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Tom Robichaud launched his business, Discreet Intervention, six months ago. Here, he works his dog in a vacant office building, hitting on a cylinder containing cocainelike drugs. Pat Greenhouse/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Drug-Sniffing Dogs Ease Parents' Minds — Or Confirm Their Fears

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First Trial Begins For A Friend Of Marathon Bombing Suspect

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High Court Ruling Sends Abortion Clinics Scrambling To Adjust

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Many colleges are grappling with how to define consensual sexual activity between students. Antioch College in Yellow Springs, Ohio, mandates that students get verbal permission before making any sexual advance. Peggy Turbett/The Plain Dealer/Landov hide caption

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A Campus Dilemma: Sure, 'No' Means 'No,' But Exactly What Means 'Yes'?

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Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo addresses a crowd during a Democratic Party convention last year. DeLeo unveiled a comprehensive gun bill Tuesday. Aram Boghosian/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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Already Tough On Gun Control, Massachusetts Aims To Get Tougher

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Jacqueline Kennedy's Letters No Longer On Auction Block

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Bonauto celebrates on May 17, 2005, the one-year anniversary of legal same-sex marriage in Massachusetts. Bonauto argued the case that benefited couples like Hillary and Julie Goodridge (at right), here with their daughter Annie. Darren McCollester/Getty Images hide caption

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Lawyer Reflects On Nation's First Gay Marriages: 'The Cage Had Been Lifted'

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Dartmouth College is one of 55 colleges and universities on the Education Department's list of institutions being investigated for how they've handled sexual assault cases. Jim Cole/AP hide caption

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When College Sexual Assault Panels Fall Short, And When They Help

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Heather Abbott of Newport, R.I., shows off her "high-definition" prosthetic leg, which allows her to wear high heels and skirts. Stephan Savoia/AP hide caption

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After Losing A Leg, Woman Walks On Her Own — In 4-Inch Heels

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The phrase Boston Strong sprang up after last year's marathon bombings and is now ubiquitous around town. But some wonder if the commercialization of the slogan also trivializes the tragedy. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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A Year After Bombings, Some Say 'Boston Strong' Has Gone Overboard

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On The Syllabus: Lessons In Grit

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