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The New College Scorecard: NPR Does Some Math

There are dozens of ways to slice and dice all the data in the Obama Administration's new college scorecard. Here are three.

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A supporter holds up a "Women for H" sign while Hillary Clinton speaks at the New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention last weekend in Manchester. When Clinton ran eight years ago, she downplayed the potential historical significance of her candidacy. This time around, she has made so-called women's issues centerpieces of her campaign. Scott Eisen/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Hillary Clinton May Not Have The Female Vote Locked Up

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FDA Revisits Safety Of Essure Contraceptive Device

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The seeds of pods from the moringa tree taste like green beans, only sweeter. And they're good for you, too. PHONLAWAT/iStockphoto hide caption

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My Mom Cooked Moringa Before It Was A Superfood

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The New College Scorecard: NPR Does Some Math

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