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ISIS Drove Them From School, Now The Kids Of Mosul Want To Go Back

A boy from Mosul, now in an Iraqi camp, quit school after ISIS took it over. "The children were terrified," says his mother. "They should be playing, and instead it was blood, blood everywhere."

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Keely Edgington and her daughter, Lula, pose inside their family-owned restaurant, Julep, in Kansas City, Mo. Lula was diagnosed with a neuroblastoma when she was 9 months old. She's now 16 months old. Alex Smith / KCUR hide caption

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Worries About Health Insurance Cross Political Boundaries

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Twelve Parsecs Question
Killin the Vibe Ducktails
Sweet Depression Melodium

Iraqi children follow instructions given by a teacher (center) during an outdoor class at the Hassan Sham camp on Nov. 10. Felipe Dana/AP hide caption

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ISIS Drove Them From School. Now The Kids Of Mosul Want To Go Back

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Awake Tycho

Despite assumptions that peanut, egg and other allergies are becoming more common in the U.S., experts say they just don't know. One challenge: Symptoms can be misinterpreted and diagnosis isn't easy. Roy Scott/Getty Images hide caption

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Are Food Allergies On The Rise? Experts Say They Don't Know

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Harold Lopez-Nussa hopes increased exchange between Cuban and American musicians can continue. "I have a lot of hope about this approach," he says. "It will be better for all of us." Eduardo Rawdriguez/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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A Jazz Pianist Considers Fidel Castro's Music Education Legacy

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Given You Nothing Film
Weekend Smith Westerns

The U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments on Wednesday about whether immigrants can be detained indefinitely without a chance to persuade a neutral judge that they are entitled to temporary release. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Supreme Court Tests Whether Detained Immigrants Have Right To Hearing

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Yemeni Jade Allah-Las
No Werewolf Allah-Las
Sandusky Uncle Tupelo

Student Cierra Valentine (left) studies with friends and her son Jeremiah on the lawn at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pa. Ryan Smith/Courtesy of Wilson College hide caption

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When The Students On Campus Have Kids Of Their Own

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