Eleanor Klibanoff

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The Little Sandy Correctional Complex, located on former farmland outside Sandy Hook, Ky., on Dec. 1, 2005. Four correctional officers sued their supervisor and the Kentucky of Department of Corrections in 2014, alleging the supervisor repeatedly sexually harassed and assaulted them and other women for years. Roger Alford /AP hide caption

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In Kentucky, A 'Culture Of Indifference' To Sexual Harassment In Prisons

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In Charlottesville Suspect's Hometown, People Respond To Deadly Attack

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Eric Conn, Kentucky's Biggest Con Man

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Susan Gallagher, chief naturalist at the Carbon County Environmental Education Center in Pennsylvania, examines the eagle that died from lead poisoning. Kevin Spotts hide caption

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Lead Ammunition Poisons Wildlife But Too Expensive To Change, Hunters Say

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Devoted Volunteers Keep History Of Pennsylvania Rail Company On Track

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Ronny Marty, who's from the Dominican Republic, came to the U.S. with the promise of a job. He ended up living in a tiny apartment with three men, with most of his earnings going back to his employer. Ben de la Cruz/NPR hide caption

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The Keystone Sanitary Landfill outside Scranton, Pa., is pushing to expand its permit for another 50 years. Local activists concerned about the environmental impact are pushing back. Jessica Kourkounis/Keystone Crossroads hide caption

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Trash Backlash: The Battle For The Future Of 2 Pennsylvania Towns

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A groups visits Sazon Latino, a restaurant in downtown Hazleton, during the town's September First Friday event, when businesses and restaurants stay open late. That month, the event included a restaurant tour featuring many Dominican restaurants and Mexican bodegas. Chris Adval/Chris Adval Productions hide caption

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The Immigrants It Once Shut Out Bring New Life To Pennsylvania Town

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Kansas Becomes First State To Ban Second Trimester Abortion Procedure

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A dozen families gather in Dover, Del., for a house church meeting. Everyone brings something, either a dish for the potluck dinner or a conversation topic for the informal worship service. Eleanor Klibanoff hide caption

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House Churches Swap Steeples For Sofas, And Say They've Never Been Closer

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The UASK app helps sexually assaulted college students in D.C. access a range of services, from rides to the hospital to phone numbers for counselors. The information is personalized to their school. Another version of the app, ASK, provides the same resources to non-students. Emily Jan/NPR hide caption

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App Links Sex Assault Survivors To Help, But Who Downloads It?

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A Battle To Wash Away A Fountain's Controversial Namesake

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