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Tell Me More for December 17, 2013

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Actress Rashida Jones recently started a Twitter debate by calling out a number of female pop stars for their hyper-sexual performances. Victoria Will/AP hide caption

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Twitter Battle Over Sexy Stars

Twitter Battle Over Sexy Stars

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Tell Me More for December 13, 2013

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Xavier Manning and Ciara Chase are students at Howard University Middle School of Mathematics and Science. They stopped by NPR with their guidance counselor Carletta Hurt and teacher Patrick Gusman. Davar Ardalan /NPR hide caption

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Kids Create Mobile Apps In the Classroom

Kids Create Mobile Apps In the Classroom

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Is Pope Francis Really 'The People's Pope'?

Is Pope Francis Really 'The People's Pope'?

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