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Let's Talk About Sex

When The Conversation Doesn't Include You: LGBTQ+ Sex Ed In A Small Town

For the past year, residents in Allendale, Mich., have been debating whether to include LGBTQ+ people and perspectives in the school district's sex education program and anti-bullying campaign.

The Franciscan Center in Baltimore serves a hot lunch daily to those who need extra help, even if they receive food stamps. Those benefits could end for 755,000 able-bodied adults. Pam Fessler/NPR hide caption

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More Than 750,000 Could Lose Food Stamps Under Trump Administration Proposal

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When The Conversation Doesn't Include You: LGBTQ+ Sex Ed In A Small Town

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Insys Therapeutics founder John Kapoor and his co-defendants are accused of racketeering, a charge often applied to drug kingpins and mafia bosses. Steven Senne/AP hide caption

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Insys Therapeutics Pushed Opioid With Bribes And Lies, Prosecutors Say

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Amir Kiani (from left), Chloe O'Connell and Nishit Asnani troubleshoot an algorithm to diagnose tuberculosis in computer lab at Stanford University. Richard Harris/NPR hide caption

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How Can Doctors Be Sure A Self-Taught Computer Is Making The Right Diagnosis?

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