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How High Debt From The Housing Collapse Still Stifles Our Economy

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Advocates Say Military Dogs Aren't Pets — They're Veterans

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Amid Wave Of Child Immigrants, Reports Of Abuse By Border Patrol

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Rabbi Michel Serfaty (right), head of the Jewish-Muslim Alliance of France, stands next to a Muslim cleric, or imam, as they both hold signs wishing Muslims a happy Ramadan. The rabbi and the imam have also traded hats. Despite efforts by Serfaty's group, a record number of French Jews are expected to move to Israel this year. Eleanor Beardsley/NPR hide caption

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Despite Mideast Turmoil, More French Jews Are Moving To Israel

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The city of Davenport, Iowa, is home to about 100,000 people. The city's mayor, Bill Gluba, wants the city to shelter some of the unaccompanied minors who have crossed the southern border of the U.S., but some members of the City Council oppose his efforts. scmcgee/Flickr hide caption

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Iowa Mayor Calls For 'Caring Cities' To Take In Young Immigrants

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Syrian Babies Born To Refugees Face A Future In Limbo

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A Strange Political Dustup Clouds Kansas Governor's Future

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With Help From America's Test Kitchen, Why Buy When You Can DIY?

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