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'It's All About Church Closings': Catholic Parishes Shrink In Northeast, Midwest

Pope Francis is set to visit a Catholic school in New York City that used to have a sponsoring church. The parish was closed in 2007 in a region that has been a traditional Catholic stronghold.

A migrant family stands at the border in Roszke, Hungary, after Hungarian police officers closed access between Serbia and Hungary on Monday. Matthias Schrader/AP hide caption

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As Hungary Seals Its Borders, A Rush To Make It Across

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Africa Karriem Riggins
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Inmates talk with professors about how to teach classes in the Inside-Out program, where half the students are prisoners and half are traditional college students. Gabrielle Emanuel/NPR hide caption

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Inside-Out: Where Campus Life Meets Prison Life

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Bullet Girl John Butler Trio
Tchavolo Swing The Hot Club of San Francisco

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'It's All About Church Closings': Catholic Parishes Shrink In Northeast, Midwest

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Just Jammin' Gramatik
Funk Design (Interlude) The Free Design
Community Gold Panda
Hot Box Kyle Eastwood

Platte River Networks managed Hillary Clinton's private computer server. A spokesman for the Colorado-based technology services company said the firm "has no knowledge of the server being wiped." Brennan Linsley/AP hide caption

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Did Clinton Camp Delete Emails Or Wipe Server? The Difference Matters

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My Burr Minotaur Shock
Is This Insanity? Martyn

Syrian refugees continue to arrive in Jordan, where they are greeted by authorities and sent to refugee camps and temporary settlements. Khalil Mazraawi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For Syrian Refugees, Needs Are Growing And Aid Is Declining

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Paranoid Android Brad Mehldau
On Green Dolphin Street Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band
Taste of Honey Herb Alpert
Subtle Love Joan Shelley
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