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14-Year-Old Who Fled South Sudan: 'They're Killing Women, Children'

The fighting in South Sudan has intensified. In search of refuge, thousands are pouring into neighboring Uganda.

Frederick Bell of Larose, La., says he's received no guidance from a public defender on how to fight drug charges from October. Bell is part of a class action lawsuit against Louisiana's public defender board that charges the public defense system is unconstitutional. Debbie Elliott/NPR hide caption

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Public Defenders Hard To Come By In Louisiana

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Dozens of ambassadorial jobs remain vacant, as do some 30 top jobs at State Department headquarters requiring Senate confirmation — positions from deputy secretary of state on down to regional assistant secretaries. J. Scott Applewhite/Associated Press hide caption

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Worries Grow As Top Posts Remain Vacant At State Department

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14-Year-Old Who Fled South Sudan: 'They're Killing Women, Children'

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The Trump Grill at Trump Tower in New York City in December. Now that Donald Trump is president, online reviews of his hotels, restaurants and other properties have become much more politicized. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Falling Stars: Negative Yelp Reviews Target Trump Restaurants, Hotels

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Ford, now 33, was diagnosed with young-onset Parkinson's disease three years ago. He and Cortney savor his relatively good health now. But the disease is degenerative, which means they'll likely need an individual health policy one day soon, and will eventually turn to Medicaid. Alex Smith/KCUR hide caption

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A Young Man With Parkinson's Worries About The Costs Of A GOP Health Plan

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A storefront of a New York City bodega from the 1950s or '60s. Justo Martí/Courtesy of the Center for Puerto Rican Studies hide caption

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New York City Bodegas And The Generations Who Love Them

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A supporter cries during a rally opposing President Park Geun-hye's impeachment near the Constitutional Court in Seoul, South Korea, on Friday. Ahn Young-joon/AP hide caption

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South Korean President's Impeachment Triggers Clashes And Questions

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Early on, Patton Oswalt's jokes were about being single. A few years later, his comedy was about getting engaged, having a baby and becoming a father. Now, his upcoming special is about his life as a widower. Richard Shotwell/Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP hide caption

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Patton Oswalt Explains How Pop Culture Gets Grieving All Wrong

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National Trade Council head Peter Navarro (right) and White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus (center) await President Trump's signing executive orders at the White House on Jan. 23. Evan Vucci/AP hide caption

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Trump Adviser's Warning About Food Supply Takeover Met With Skepticism

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