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Why These Kids Love Kale

With childhood obesity rates high, one program in a handful of Washington, D.C., schools is trying to change kids' lives — one vegetable at a time.

Paul Smith, a single father and a longtime cook at the Trump Taj Mahal Casino in Atlantic City, is worried about losing his health benefits if the casino closes in December. Rob Szypko/NPR hide caption

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Workers Say Employers In Ailing Atlantic City Hold All The Cards

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After Montgomery County, Md.'s Muslim community asked the school district to recognize its religious holidays, the school board decided to scrap religious references in its calendar altogether. Spaces Images/Blend Images/Corbis hide caption

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Board Decision Revives Discussion About Religion In Public Schools

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Steve Carell ditches any pretense of comedy in Foxcatcher. Scott Garfield/Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Satirists Go Serious in 'Foxcatcher' And 'Rosewater' — And It Works

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Rebecca Watson says she has been disappointed by the police response to online threats against her. Adam Isaak hide caption

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Victims Of Online Threats Say Perpetrators Aren't Being Caught

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The second open enrollment period for buying health insurance under the federal Affordable Care Act starts Saturday. Don Ryan/AP hide caption

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HealthCare.gov Head Says Site Is Tested And 'Ready To Go'

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