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The IRS and the Department of Education have the power to make the FAFSA easier without cutting questions. So why haven't they? LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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The Magic Trick That Could Help Students Pay For College

The IRS and the Department of Education already have the power to make the Free Application for Federal Student Aid easier without cutting questions. So why haven't they?

Supporters of the Affordable Care Act gather in front of the U.S Supreme Court during a rally Wednesday. The court heard arguments in the case and is expected to announce its decision in June. Alex Wong/Getty Images hide caption

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A Ruling Against Obamacare Would Have Broad Implications

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Proponents of the terminal plan say it would bring economic development to the Vancouver area, just across the Columbia River from Portland, Ore. Conrad Wilson/OPB News hide caption

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Northwest Oil Terminal Plan Would Mean Jobs — And More Oil Trains

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Three women, two of them partially veiled, walk past a hijabs shop in Paris. The wearing of the veil has been a serious point of contention in France, with the government banning its use in public schools and the wearing of face-covering garments, including burqas and niqabs, in public. Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Muslim Identity In Europe

Many French Muslims Find Lives Of Integration, Not Separation

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Many French Muslims Find Lives Of Integration, Not Separation

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The IRS and the Department of Education have the power to make the FAFSA easier without cutting questions. So why haven't they? LA Johnson/NPR hide caption

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The Magic Trick That Could Help Students Pay For College

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Mohammed Emwazi is a Kuwaiti-born Londoner believed to be "Jihadi John," the central figure in the beheading videos released by the self-declared Islamic State. A British group, Cage, was in contact with Emwazi several years ago and claims that his treatment by British security officials contributed to his radicalization. Kyodo/Landov hide caption

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The British Group With A Very Different Take On 'Jihadi John'

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Journalist Chai Jing used $160,000 of her own money to produce a documentary on China's air pollution problem. Screenshot/Under the Dome hide caption

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The Anti-Pollution Documentary That's Taken China By Storm

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Fans and foes of Obamacare jockeyed for position outside the Supreme Court Wednesday. Inside, the justices weighed arguments in the case of King v. Burwell, which challenges a key part of the federal health law. Pete Marovich/UPI/Landov hide caption

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Shots - Health News

Justices Roberts And Kennedy Hold Key Votes In Health Law Case

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Justices Roberts And Kennedy Hold Key Votes In Health Law Case

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The Clinton Foundation has taken contributions, of $1 million to $10 million, from the governments of Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates. The Saudi Arabian government has given as much as $25 million. Julie Jacobson/AP hide caption

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It's All Politics

Clinton Foundation Funding Woes Touch Hillary, Too

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Clinton Foundation Funding Woes Touch Hillary, Too

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