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Who Decides If You're Too Young To Marry?

Underage marriages mostly occur outside of the United States, but in the past decade, thousands of cases have been recorded in the country. A few states are taking action to ban these marriages.

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In Gaza, A Few New, Shiny Homes Rise Amid The Rubble

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Better Late Than Never: Olympic Champion Greg Louganis Gets His Wheaties Box

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Dodged a Bullet Greg Laswell

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Before Hollywood, The Oil Industry Made LA

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Meet The 'Rocket Girls,' The Women Who Charted The Course To Space

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