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To Keep Drivers From Leaving, Uber Tries To Treat Them Better

Uber is changing its harsh termination policies and launching a hotline for drivers in distress. Leaders at the tech company are trying to repair the relationship they say is "broken."

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Study: CTE Found In Nearly All Donated NFL Player Brains

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"Restorative justice" is gaining popularity as a way to handle campus sexual assault cases. The approach is a therapeutic intervention aimed at healing, rather than a trial to decide guilt and punishment. Stuart Kinlough/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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After Assault, Some Campuses Focus On Healing Over Punishment

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To Keep Drivers From Leaving, Uber Tries To Treat Them Better

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Student Athletes Who Specialize Early Are Injured More Often, Study Finds

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