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Classroom Reflections On America's Race Relations

A middle-school classroom in Michigan takes on the complicated issue of race and justice in society. The students, all of whom are black, worry what happened to Trayvon Martin could happen to them.

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Africa's Soccer Tourney Takes Guinea's Mind Off Ebola

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Double Trouble Karriem Riggins
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One Way Ticket Peven Everett
The Falcon Will Fly Again Nobukazu Takemura

Dr. Stephen Teach helps Jeffery Ulmer listen to his daughter Alauna's asthmatic breathing at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Alauna's mother, Farisa, holds her. The District has one of the highest rates of pediatric asthma in the country. Jahi Chikwendiu/Washington Post hide caption

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The City Might Not Be To Blame For High Asthma Rates

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Boom Boom Sebastien Leon
Whipped Cream Herb Alpert
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Danube Incident Ethan Iverson, Albert Heath et. al.
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A Nomads Retreat Pantha du Prince
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Woke Up Dead in the Morning Roots of Orchis
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Thirty-nine states elect some or all of their judges, and 30 of them bar personal solicitations in order to preserve judicial impartiality. Keith Srakocic/AP hide caption

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Supreme Court Examines Gray Area In Judicial Campaigning

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French Quarter Sees Violent Crime Surge; Residents Demand Changes

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You're the Top Fred Hersch
Instrumental Jonny Fritz
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A deflated football would have been easier for New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady (12) to grip in Sunday's rain. Charles Krupa/AP hide caption

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Scientists Say The NFL's 'Deflate-Gate' Isn't All Hot Air

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Side Show tells the true story of conjoined twins who go from a freak show to vaudeville and try, unsuccessfully, to find love along the way. "We just did not get enough bodies and butts in seats that translate into word of mouth," says Side Show producer Darren Bagert. Above (from left): Ryan Silverman, Emily Padgett, Erin Davie and Matthew Hydzik. Joan Marcus /O+M Co. hide caption

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How Broadway Is Losing Its 'Middle Ground'

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