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Teen Night Owls Struggle To Learn And Control Emotions At School

Findings provide new evidence pushing back school start times, to let adolescents sleep and wake up when it's more natural, researchers say. It's going to bed late that creates problems.

Hillary Clinton looks on during the second presidential debate. In 1975 Clinton was the court appointed lawyer for a man accused of raping Kathy Shelton, who was in the audience that night. Jim Bourg/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Story Behind A Campaign Line: Did Clinton Laugh At A Rape Victim?

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Some of the men imprisoned by a criminal gang in Pakistan's illicit kidney trade return to the apartment in Rawalpindi where they were held by force. Philip Reeves/NPR hide caption

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In Pakistan, Illegal Kidney Trade Flourishes As Victims Await Justice

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A man stands on a makeshift bridge over the Cannonball River while police officers stand on the opposite shore. Stephanie Keith/Reuters hide caption

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Protesters, Police Still Clashing Over Disputed North Dakota Pipeline

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A police officer keeps protesters at bay before a debate for Louisiana candidates for the U.S. Senate at Dillard University in New Orleans Wednesday night. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Former KKK Leader David Duke Blames Debate Protests On Black Lives Matter 'Radicals'

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