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In March, demonstrators in Nairobi demanded tougher punishment for assailants of women and girls. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Goats and Soda

After Global Protests, Kenyan Court Sentences 3 Men Who Raped Teen

"Liz" was found crawling out of a pit latrine, crying for help. When police doled out punishment — cutting grass at the police station — women's groups rallied. Monday they were sentenced to prison.

Gap is among 13 big retailers that New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman is investigating for possible violations of "reporting time" laws. Gap says it is establishing "sustainable scheduling practices." Andrew Burton/Getty Images hide caption

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New York Investigates Retailers For Unpredictable Work Schedules

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Two original Magna Carta manuscripts from 1215 are on display at the British Library in London. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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At 800 And Aging Well, The Magna Carta Is Still A Big Draw

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Sun Hi (Megan Lee), Jodi (Louriza Tronco) and Corki (Erika Tham) star in Make It Pop. Stephen Scott/Nickelodeon hide caption

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How The South Korean Government Made K-Pop A Thing

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Marco Rubio celebrates onstage with his family in 2010 after winning his U.S. Senate seat in Florida when he was just 39 years old. Now, he's expected to embark on a run for president. Alan Diaz/AP hide caption

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Rubio's Path To The Nomination, And 3 Obstacles In His Way

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In March, demonstrators in Nairobi demanded tougher punishment for assailants of women and girls. Anadolu Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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After Global Protests, Kenyan Court Sentences 3 Men Who Raped Teen

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President Lyndon B. Johnson signs the ESEA in 1965 with Kate Deadrich Loney, his first schoolteacher. Yoichi Okamoto/LBJ Presidential Library hide caption

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Senators Try To Revise No Child Left Behind — A Few Years Behind

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German writer Günter Grass arrives at Günter Grass-Haus, a museum in Luebeck, Germany, for his 80th birthday celebration on Oct. 27, 2007. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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Günter Grass, Who Confronted Germany's Past As Well As His Own, Dies At 87

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