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Berkshire, the camp director, and other mentors spend one-on-one time with campers. One child said they feel like this is their "real" home and the other home they live in full time is a "backup." Kavitha Cardoza for NPR hide caption

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At This Camp, Children Of Opioid Addicts Learn To Cope And Laugh

Camp Mariposa in Dayton, Ohio, is designed just for them. The program lets these children share their experiences, learn coping strategies and, most importantly, get to be kids.

How A Proposal To Reduce Flood Risk In Ellicott City Nearly Destroyed The Community

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A Kurd living in Cyprus shouts slogans in front of the U.S. Embassy in Nicosia, Cyprus, on Thursday to protest Turkey's offensive into Syria. The protesters chanted slogans condemning Turkey's military action and urging the withdrawal of Turkish forces. Petros Karadjias/AP hide caption

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Christian Leaders Say Turkish Invasion Of Syria Raises Risk Of 'Genocide'

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Berkshire, the camp director, and other mentors spend one-on-one time with campers. One child said they feel like this is their "real" home and the other home they live in full time is a "backup." Kavitha Cardoza for NPR hide caption

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At This Camp, Children Of Opioid Addicts Learn To Cope And Laugh

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Itzel Alarcon recently moved into a rental development near Denver. She says she's renting for now because she saw relatives hurt by the housing crash and is worried that home values might drop again. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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Renters Only: These New Homes Aren't For Sale

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