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How Domestic Violence In One Home Affects Every Child In A Class

New data shows violence in the home hinders the academic performance of their classmates, too. Reporting domestic violence makes a big difference.

An Israeli security officer next to an overturned vehicle belonging to a family of Jewish settlers ambushed near Hebron, in the West Bank, on July 1. Two Palestinians aided the wounded Israelis. One of the Palestinians has since lost his job and been targeted for abuse by fellow Palestinians. Courtesy of Judea and Samaria Fire and Rescue Department hide caption

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After Aiding Injured Israelis, A Palestinian Is Targeted For Abuse

When an Israeli family was ambushed in their car in the West Bank, two Palestinians came to their aid. One is paying a price now, seen as aiding the enemy.

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Election Buzz: Recreational Marijuana On The Ballot

Legalizing Marijuana: It Changes Policing, But May Leave Racial Disparities

California is among five states this year where marijuana legalization is on the ballot. But there's concern about if legalizing it will reduce the number of marijuana arrests among African-Americans.

An Israeli security officer next to an overturned vehicle belonging to a family of Jewish settlers ambushed near Hebron, in the West Bank, on July 1. Two Palestinians aided the wounded Israelis. One of the Palestinians has since lost his job and been targeted for abuse by fellow Palestinians. Courtesy of Judea and Samaria Fire and Rescue Department hide caption

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After Aiding Injured Israelis, A Palestinian Is Targeted For Abuse

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Legalizing Marijuana: It Changes Policing, But May Leave Racial Disparities

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