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In A White House With Unprecedented Turnover, Survivors Have 'Endurance'

Only a handful of aides who started in the very early days of the Trump administration have made it through the first two years. What do they share? Endurance and a tolerance for conflict.

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For The Catholic Church, A Year Of Unending Clergy Abuse Revelations

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Student activists from Parkland, Fla., quickly mobilized after the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, becoming a vocal force calling for tighter gun laws. That movement led to mass "March for Our Lives" demonstrations around the country in March. Alex Brandon/AP hide caption

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2018 Brought A 'Tectonic Shift' In The Gun Control Movement, Advocates Say

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