After the University of Michigan increased its efforts to prevent sexual assaults on campus, reports increased by 113 percent. Erin/Flickr hide caption

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Campus Rape Reports Are Up, And Assaults Aren't The Only Reason

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Why Would The NAACP Honor Donald Sterling Anyway?

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Fire-Setting Ranchers Have Burning Desire To Save Tallgrass Prairie

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Samuel Habib, seen here at 3 years old, sits in his supportive corner chair in class. Samuel, who has cerebral palsy, is now 14 and is headed to high school. Dan Habib, Samuel's father, is an advocate for inclusion and made a film about his son called Including Samuel. Dan Habib/includingsamuel.com hide caption

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Learning With Disabilities: One Effort To Shake Up The Classroom

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Fear For Sherpas' Future Grows With Each Climbing Tragedy

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Theoneste Rwayitare, a Rwandan refugee who resettled in Vermont last year, pours powdered milk into a bucket for milking at the Vermont Goat Collaborative's Pine Island Farm. Angela Evancie for NPR hide caption

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Got My Goat? Vermont Farms Put Fresh Meat On Refugee Tables

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FDA Moves To Regulate Increasingly Popular E-Cigarettes

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Citizen Volunteers Arm Themselves Against Crime In Rural Oregon

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FDA Advisers Vote Against Approving New Opioid Painkiller

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Searching The Planet To Find Power For The Cloud

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Jessica Kensky lost a leg in the Boston Marathon bombing. When she says, "Brr, I'm cold," Rescue the assistance dog knows to bring her the blanket. Courtesy of Jessica Kensky and Patrick Downes hide caption

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Service Dog Guides Marathon Bombing Victims Through A Grim Year

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S. Korean Community Waits And Prays For Its Missing Students

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Soldiers assigned to the 120th Combined Arms Battalion, 30th Heavy Brigade Combat Team, participate in desert training at the National Training Center at Fort Irwin, Calif., in 2009. Gerry Broome/AP hide caption

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Training For An Uncertain Military Future In The Calif. Desert

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The dream of epilepsy research, says neurobiologist Ivan Soltesz, is to stop seizures by manipulating only some brain cells, not all. Steve Zylius/UC Irvine Communications hide caption

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One Scientist's Quest To Vanquish Epileptic Seizures

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Writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez, Who Gave Voice To Latin America, Dies

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