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Undocumented Teen's School, Work Options Limited

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New Orleans School Devastated By Katrina Reopens

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The reefs of Cuba's Los Jardines de la Reina are protected from fishermen, pollution and fertilizer runoff. The waters are plentiful with huge fish, sharks, sea turtles and saltwater crocodiles. Courtesy of Noel Lopez hide caption

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Move Over MacGyver: Other Shows Make Science Fun

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How College Campuses Handle Sexual Assaults

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