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We've Begun To Draw The Line, But It's Tough To Define Sexual Harassment
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Agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms stand next to the outbuilding located near the Randy Weaver home near Naples, Idaho, in September 1992. Gary Stewart/AP hide caption

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The Federal Response To Oregon Occupation May Have Roots In Ruby Ridge
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The Hammetts smooth out stray strands of hair on Francis' head. Meredith Rizzo/NPR hide caption

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After The Diagnosis: How Families Experience Autism
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Cranes pepper the skyline in Charlotte, N.C., a sign of the region's strong economic growth. Logan Cyrus for NPR hide caption

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Economy And Immigration: What's Dividing Republicans
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How To Ace A Debate? Ask The Pros Behind The Politicians
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Extravehicular crewmember 2 (EV2) Terry Virts is reflected in the helmet visor of EV1 Barry Wilmore during Extravehicular Activity 29 (EVA 29). Earth is in the background. Courtesy of NASA hide caption

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What It's Really Like To 'Walk' In Space
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Pastor Chris Beard of Peoples Church in Cincinnati and his wife, Jan. "I've had sinful thoughts, racist thoughts in my own heart that I've had to come to terms with," he says. Renae Denbow/Peoples Church hide caption

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How A Once-White Church Broke Down Racial Barriers
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A water tower in Marion, Ohio. The city has been gripped by heroin addition. Maddie McGarvey for NPR hide caption

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Ravages Of Heroin Addiction Haunt Friends, Families And Whole Towns
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"I was more so afraid of the stigma attached to the disease than the actual disease," says Guy Anthony. Courtesy Guy Anthony hide caption

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Though Not A Death Sentence, HIV/AIDS Still Holds A Powerful Stigma
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A photo of former Chicago Bears Dave Duerson, while he was playing at Notre Dame, hangs behind his son Tregg as Tregg announces a wrongful death lawsuit against the NFL in 2012. Charles Rex Arbogast/AP hide caption

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Is Football Worth The Brain-Injury Risk? For Some, The Answer Is No
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Huge shafts of light strike the littered playing field of the Louisiana Superdome in New Orleans on Sept. 2, 2005, four days after Hurricane Katrina. The Superdome was a squalid shelter to tens of thousands of residents for days after the storm, including the Halley sisters and their mother. Bill Haber/AP hide caption

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After Katrina, One Sister Moves On; For Another, 'Tomorrow Never Came'
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President Obama visited the El Reno Federal Correctional Institution in El Reno, Okla., on Thursday as part of a weeklong focus on inequities in the criminal justice system. While there, he met with non-violent drug offenders. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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'Driving Straight,' Giving Back: Rebuilding A Life After Prison
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Rosie Mami (center) and her sister Ayleana Mami, 19, of Cullman, Ala., (right), sit on their friends' shoulders as they lead a chant about loving babies, with other members of St. Bernard Prep, as anti-abortion demonstrators rallied at the annual March for Life, Jan. 22, 2015, on the National Mall in Washington. Jacquelyn Martin/AP hide caption

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In The Abortion Debate, Rigorous Empathy And Common Ground
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A carry team at Dover Air Force Base trains on the proper protocol for a dignified transfer. Ariel Zambelich/NPR hide caption

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At Dover Air Force Base, Bringing Home The Fallen With Grief And Joy
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The Outsized Optimism Of The Entrepreneur
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Being Transgender At Work Can Be Hard, But Made Easier With An Ally
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On April 4, 1975, a Lockheed C-5A Galaxy participating in Operation Babylift crashed on approach during an emergency landing at Tan Son Nhut Air Base, South Vietnam. Courtesy of Bud Traynor hide caption

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Remembering The Doomed First Flight Of Operation Babylift
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'This Is Going To Be Too Hard': Keeping Kids From Using Pot
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Working Through Depression: Many Stay On The Job, Despite Mental Illness
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People walk by closed shops in Thessaloniki in March. Greece, though it has once again averted bankruptcy, is still struggling economically. Sakis Mitrolidis /AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Greece, Getting By On The Brink Of A Financial Meltdown
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Retired agent Michael Vigil on a search and destroy operation in the Colombian jungle. "As an undercover, you're basically kind of an independent operator ... and it's very addictive." says Laura Brodie, a criminal and forensic psychologist. Courtesy Michael Vigil hide caption

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For Undercover Agents, On-The-Job Adrenaline Can Be Addictive
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