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In Chinese Cities, Migrants' Work Is Welcome. Their Children Are Not

A private school in Beijing caters to children whose parents have moved to the city for work. Moving from place to place requires permission, though — and these children's families broke the rules.

Climate conference attendees in Bonn, Germany, see a representation of Earth's climate trends. Ulrich Baumgarten/Getty Images hide caption

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As Climate Negotiators Debate Nations' Pledges, Scientists Worry It's Not Enough

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Ryan Bundy, one of Cliven Bundy's sons, walks out of federal court Tuesday in Las Vegas. John Locher/AP hide caption

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How The Bundy Trial Hits America's Widening Information Divide

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Christopher Scott served over a decade in prison, and while in the middle of the sentence, he developed a passion for soap operas. Justin Richmond/NPR hide caption

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'General Hospital' Was 'The Dope' In Prison — And Kept Him Out Of Trouble

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Ellen Pao sued her former employer, the venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins Caulfield and Byers, alleging she was discriminated against and sexually harassed. She lost the case but is seen as a leading voice on harassment in Silicon Valley. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Struggling For Investments, Silicon Valley Women Reluctant To Speak Out On Harassment

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