Young People Grapple With Whether To Follow Colin Kaepernick's Lead

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Utah Delegation Favored Cruz; Balloon Drop Will End GOP Convention

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'I Won't Feel Safe On My College Campus'

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Willard Middle School students chop carrots for a meal they will sell through Josephine. Teresa Chin/Youth Radio hide caption

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Why One Startup Is Offering Meals Made By Home Cooks And Middle-Schoolers

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Youth Radio tweeted taco and unicorn emojis to @tacobell and within seconds received a video of a unicorn eating a taco, seen here in this screen grab. Courtesy of Youth Radio hide caption

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Taco Bell's Snapchat Game Is Strong Among Teens, But Does It Sell Tacos?

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A customer receives a slice of pizza from the prepared food section of the new Whole Foods Market Inc. store in downtown Los Angeles. Prepared foods sold at supermarkets, big-box and convenience stores are a bigger and bigger portion of those companies' profits. Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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What's For Dinner? The Options For A Fast Answer Multiply

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Oakland And The Warriors: NBA Team's Success Mirrors Rise Of Home City

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Here's What Young People Care About. Listen And Learn

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Finding The Right Balance And Overcoming Fear

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The Benicia Compliments page sprang up on Instagram as a platform for girls attending Benicia High School to tag each other in positive social media posts. Shawn Wen/Youth Radio hide caption

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Teen Girls Flip The Negative Script On Social Media

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When Depression Hits, Teens Find Help

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For Many Young Latino Voters, Issues Trump Political Party

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Mercy, a San Francisco-­based nonprofit, provides subsidized affordable housing for low-income residents, including 25 apartments reserved for 18- to 24-­year-­olds. Shawn Wen/Youth Radio hide caption

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In San Francisco, An Affordable Housing Solution That Helps Millennials

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For Juvenile Offenders, Supreme Court Ruling Opens Door To Parole

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Garrison Pennington (right, No. 42) tackles a player during Albany High School's 2014-2015 season — the last he would play. Courtesy of Ned Purdom hide caption

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Quitting The Gridiron When Football Runs Through The Family

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Project Nourished's virtual eating gizmos. From left: An atomizer that releases the scents of a food; a virtual reality headset; a a device that mimics the chewing sounds transmitted from a diner's mouth to their ear drums; a cocktail glass with built-in sensors; a utensil that picks up on the diner's movements and integrates them into the virtual reality experience; and a 3-D printed food cube. Courtesy of Project Nourished hide caption

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We Sampled The Gastronomic Frontier Of Virtual Reality

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Miami Teen Reflects On Marijuana Use Among His Peers

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The Students' Perspective On Gun Violence In Schools

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Adan Faudoa landed a job at Pandora, one of the first tech companies to set up shop in Oakland. Pendarvis Harshaw/Youth Radio hide caption

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As Tech Firms Come To Oakland, So Do Hopes Of Racial Diversity

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Cole Carman is an 18-year-old from Pittsburg, Calif. Jenny Bolario/Youth Radio hide caption

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Transitioning To Male, And Taking Some Of A Past Self With Him

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The "castle room" was the first room opened by Maze Rooms in Los Angeles. Noah Nelson/Youth Radio hide caption

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'Escape Rooms' Challenge Players To Solve Puzzles To Get Out

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A Florida Family Moves Forward After Struggling With Addiction

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A Young Girl Confronts Feelings Of Guilt After The Death Of Her Brother

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People who have easy access to firearms are about three times more likely to kill themselves than people who don't have access to guns, a recent study from the University of California, San Francisco indicates. iStockphoto hide caption

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When Deciding To Live Means Avoiding Guns

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