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Kenia Guerrero, 23, stands on the El Paso, Texas, side of the Paso del Norte International Bridge, also known as the Santa Fe Street Bridge — a port of entry into the U.S. from Mexico. Guerrero is from Juarez just across the border but says she feels just as at home in El Paso. Denise Tejada/Youth Radio hide caption

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Young People Adapt To A Changing Life At The Texas-Mexico Border

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Anna Fiehler and Heinz Raidel met on Match.com and lived about two hours away from each other in Ohio. They married in early 2017. Courtesy of Anna Fiehler hide caption

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Dating Apps Can Help Older Adults Meet — No Time Machine Necessary

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A confederacy of prison reform activists rallied at City Hall in New York City to demand that it close the long-controversial Rikers Island Corrections facility where, among others, Kalief Browder, died; critics maintain that the prison is unsafe and prolonged detention of inmates at the facility is a violation of Constitutional due process rights. Albin Lohr-Jones/Getty Images hide caption

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People stand in line to register for a job fair in Miami Lakes, Fla. A new study shows a growing number of young people in developed countries are giving up on work, school and training. Lynne Sladky/AP hide caption

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