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With Thousands Of Homeless Students, This District Put Help Right In Its Schools

The Dallas school district estimates it has 3,600 homeless students and help for them is now nearby. Nearly every high school has a resource center for students with food, clothes and counseling.

Chinese President Xi Jinping earlier this month waits for British Prime Minister Theresa May ahead of a meeting at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in Beijing. Xi is coming to the end of his first term and is expected to be appointed to a second term in March. Wu Hong/AP hide caption

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China Proposes Lifting Presidential Term Limit

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'The Young Karl Marx' Looks Inside The Mind Of A Revolutionary

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David Bazan Resurrects Pedro The Lion After More Than A Decade

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