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Saving Lives Via Text Message

The suicide rate for teenage girls is at a 40-year high. A nonprofit called Crisis Text Line is providing help — sometimes lifesaving help — through a medium trusted by young people: text messages.

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Women in Yemen protest outside the office of the country's High Commissioner for Human rights. رابطة أمهات المختطفين/NPR Screenshot hide caption

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In Yemen, Mothers Of Detained Won't Stop Protests Till Their Sons Are Freed

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After groping allegations were lodged against Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., earlier this month, the senator says he will "cooperate fully" with the Senate Ethics Committee, but says he will not resign. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Sen. Al Franken Says He 'Crossed The Line' But Won't Resign

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