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Bad Jobs And No Welfare Give Rise To A New Type Of Charity: The Diaper Bank
A network of diaper banks now alleviates some of the suffering caused by the 1996 gutting of welfare.
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White Supremacists Are Using Genetic Ancestry Tests For A Creepy Purpose
DNA companies promote their tests as the end of discrimination. That's not what's happening.
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Domestic Terrorism Isn't A Federal Crime. DOJ May Try To Change That.
Ryan J. Reilly
Long before Charlottesville, the Justice Department has been working on legislation that would label and prosecute such attacks as terrorism.
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Not One CEO On Trump's Other Big Business Council Has Quit Over Charlottesville
Alexander C. Kaufman
Seven executives on his manufacturing advisory panel have left over Trump's lackluster response to neo-Nazis.
This Is What Obamacare's Critics Won't Admit Or Simply Don't Understand
Real people with serious medical issues are finally getting the help they need.
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15-Year-Old Accused Of Killing Allegedly Abusive Father Won't Face Life Sentence
Bresha Meadows' family applauded the decision to keep her case in juvenile court.
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How Did The Media Handle The White Nationalist Celebration In Washington?
Did reporters, for example, refer to them as
Carlo Allegri / Reuters
Trump's Election Raises Fears Of Increased Violence Against Women
“If someone is being violated and the president of the United States doesn’t see that as a problem, they may not tell anyone.”
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Black Children Are More Likely To Get Hit By School Teachers, Report Says
In some school districts, black students are over five times more likely to get physically disciplined.
Man Charged With Murder For Allegedly Driving His Partner To Suicide
Who is responsible when a domestic violence victim ends her life?
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Behind The Photos That Changed How America Saw Domestic Violence
How one photographer documented the epidemic of hidden abuse inside our nation's homes.
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The Policy That Could All But Eliminate Achievement Gaps Between Rich And Poor Students
Poor students enter kindergarten already lagging behind their more affluent peers.
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