Cell Phone Alerts After New York Bombings Raise Racial Profiling Concerns

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The first national marine monument in the Atlantic is designed to permanently protect nearly 5,000 square miles of underwater canyons and mountains off the coast of New England. NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research/AP hide caption

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Obama Designates 1st Marine National Monument In The Atlantic Ocean

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A sign outside the camp office offers a reminder of the gadget policy. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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Summer Camps Struggle To Enforce Bans On Screen Time

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Parents Join Schools In Starting Early Dialogue On Sexual Assault

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A growing number of states are now mandating some sort of education around sexual assault in public schools. A-Digit/Getty Images hide caption

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To Prevent Sexual Assault, Schools And Parents Start Lessons Early

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How Is The Democratic Convention Playing In Deep-Blue Massachusetts?

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3 Baton Rouge, La., Police Officers Killed By Gunman

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Items owned by mobster James "Whitey" Bulger were seized from his California apartment, where he was arrested five years ago. They will be auctioned off with other "murderabilia" on Saturday. Courtesy of U.S. Marshals Office of Public Affairs hide caption

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Murderabilia: 'Whitey' Bulger Items Go Up For Auction

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Momentum Grows To Oust Judge After Sexual Assualt Sentence Sparks Outrage

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Breaking The Cycle Of Sexual Abuse Of Students By Prep School Teachers

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Two states now require that academic transcripts note that a student has been punished for campus sexual assault. Christopher Leigh/Imagezoo/Getty Images hide caption

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Push Grows For A 'Scarlet Letter' On Transcripts Of Campus Sexual Offenders

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Malia Obama's 'Gap Year' Highlights Growing Trend In U.S.

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Patriots quarterback Tom Brady holds the game ball after a playoff game against the Ravens in January 2015. A week later, the team would be accused of deliberately deflating footballs in the AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts. Elise Amendola/AP hide caption

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Fans Want Patriots' Draft Pick Restored And Sue NFL To Make It Happen

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Child brides are often associated with developing countries, but thousands of cases actually occur in the United States. A few states are pushing for laws to ban underage marriage. Eastnine Inc./ZZVE Illustrations/Getty Images hide caption

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Who Decides If You're Too Young To Marry?

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Nate Swain poses for a photo by his artwork. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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Unraveled: The Mystery Of The Secret Street Artist In Boston

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