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Mike Tyson's New Book Is A Memorial To The Man Who Made Him A Champion

Tyson says trainer Cus D'Amato is the reason he had such a legendary career. "We had a lot of dreams, hopes. ... Being champ of the world, that's all that we ever thought about."

Nicole Boykins is principal at Crocker College Prep in New Orleans. The pre-K through eighth grade school is one of five schools in a program to better serve children who've been exposed to trauma. Clarence Williams/WWNO hide caption

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When Schools Meet Trauma With Understanding, Not Discipline

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Mike Tyson's New Book Is A Memorial To The Man Who Made Him A Champion

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During a weekly anti-Japanese demonstration, South Korean students sit near a statue of a teenage girl symbolizing former "comfort women" who served as sex slaves for Japanese soldiers during World War II. The statue is seen in front of the Japanese embassy in Seoul on Feb. 3, 2016. Jung Yeon-Je/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Not All South Koreans Satisfied With Japan's Apology To 'Comfort Women'

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