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Lisa Ricchio sued the motel where she was sexually assaulted and held captive under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. Todd Bookman/New Hampshire Public Radio hide caption

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Human Trafficking Survivor Settles Lawsuit Against Motel Where She Was Held Captive

Lisa Ricchio recently settled a first-of-its-kind lawsuit under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. She sued the motel where she was held captive, accusing it of turning a blind eye to her abuse.

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Lisa Ricchio sued the motel where she was sexually assaulted and held captive under the Trafficking Victims Protection Act. Todd Bookman/New Hampshire Public Radio hide caption

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Human Trafficking Survivor Settles Lawsuit Against Motel Where She Was Held Captive

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Researchers give fruit juice to a short-nosed fruit bat after sampling its saliva, blood, urine and poop. They'll look for new viruses in the bat's bodily fluids. Kevin Olival hide caption

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New Research: Bats Harbor Hundreds Of Coronaviruses, And Spillovers Aren't Rare

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Manha de Carnaval [Morning of the Carnival] [From Black Orpheus] Luiz Bonfá & Antonio Carlos Jobim
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Daniel Wethli got a warm welcome from his mom and dad at the Pittsburgh airport last week after clearing two weeks of quarantine in Southern California. He was studying in Wuhan when the novel coronavirus shut the city down, but never showed any signs of infection. Daniel Wethli hide caption

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Evacuated For COVID-19 Scare, Pennsylvania Man Reflects On Life After Quarantine

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Human Connections Light Up 'This Brilliant Darkness'

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