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News Brief: DOJ Sides Against Harvard, Remembering John McCain And Aretha Franklin

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Justice Department Sides Against Harvard In Racial Discrimination Lawsuit

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Trump Administration Backs Racial Discrimination Lawsuit Against Harvard

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Detroit Shuts Off Drinking Water In Schools Just As Classes Are Set To Start

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Harvard University is facing legal action over its admissions policies, and the U.S. Department of Justice is supporting the lawsuit's plaintiffs. Darren McCollester/Getty Images hide caption

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Students enter the Cass Technical High School in Detroit. Detroit Public Schools Community District Superintendent Nikolai Vitti has ordered drinking water to be shut off at the district's roughly 100 schools. Carlos Osorio/AP hide caption

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Federal Commission On School Safety Holds Its Final Listening Session

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For as long as he can remember, Angel Benavides, 14, has missed the beginning of the school year in Texas because his parents, Juan and Aracely Benavides, work in North Dakota until the harvest is through. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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In One Generation, A Farmworker Family Grows College Ambitions

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The School Shootings That Weren't

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How Some Texas Educators Are Training To Make Tough Calls In The Classroom

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