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Job seekers attend at a career fair in Miami Lakes, Fla., in August. At the end of the year, 1.3 million Americans will lose their extended unemployment benefits. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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As Congress Leaves Town, Some Jobless Benefits Set To Expire

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Trevor Watson, 14, says he hears gunshots in his Oakland neighborhood so often that "it doesn't even affect me anymore." Brett Myers/Youth Radio hide caption

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For Many Urban Schools, Gun Violence Remains A Daily Reality

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Senior Jenni Meyers, center, is hugged by her sister Mary as they leave a church with their mother Julie after they were reunited after a shooting at nearby Arapahoe High School in Centennial, Colo. Brennan Linsley/AP hide caption

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2 Students Injured, Suspected Shooter Dead At Colo. High School

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Twitter revoked its new blocking policy after backlash from users. Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Twitter Critics Say It's Not Sensitive Enough To Cyberbullying

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A South African boy stands in front of a mural of Nelson Mandela in Soweto, South Africa, earlier this month. Veronique Tadjo for NPR hide caption

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South Africans Reflect On Mandela's 'Rainbow Nation'

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Beyonce's New Album Is Entertainment's October Surprise

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"The death of privacy has been predicted repeatedly over the years," says Ann Cavoukian, Ontario's privacy commissioner. "And my response to that is, 'Say no to that,' because, if you value your freedom, you will value your privacy." iStockphoto hide caption

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A Movement To Bake Online Privacy Into Modern Life, 'By Design'

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The creators of 1979 Revolution interviewed fellow Iranians to create accurate scenes of Iran. iNK Stories hide caption

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Game Director Shifts From 'Grand Theft Auto' To Iranian Revolution

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Live at the Cellar Door, the new album from Neil Young, was recorded in 1970. Gary Burden/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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When Donny Hathaway, Thelonious Monk And Neil Young Hit A Turning Point

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