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Wyoming Valley West High School in Plymouth, Pa. Officials with the school district are not responding to several offers to settle debt students accrued from not paying for cafeteria meals. Courtesy of Luzerne County hide caption

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Offers Pour In To Cover Pa. Students' Meal Debt, But School Officials Not Interested

After district officials threatened to turn children over to foster care for the unpaid amount, a prominent media figure and a corporate CEO offered to settle the debt but were rebuffed.

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Justice Ginsburg: 'I Am Very Much Alive'

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Offers Pour In To Cover Pa. Students' Meal Debt, But School Officials Not Interested

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Forest Fairies
The Call of the Forest

Journalist and filmmaker Waad al-Kateab filmed the documentary For Sama in her hometown of Aleppo, Syria. "You could be killed at any moment," Kateab says. You are always "expecting something worse." For Sama will be in theaters July 26 and distributed by Frontline and PBS. PBS hide caption

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A New Mother Stays In Syria: 'For Sama' Is The Movie She Made For Her Baby

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Dawn over Rickford Nathan Halpern, Chris Ruggiero
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Mask - Instrumental Rabs
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Phases Mouse On The Keys
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