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7:37 am
Sat January 31, 2015

Super Bowl And Skullduggery: The Week In Sports

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Author Interviews
7:37 am
Sat January 31, 2015

Prime Minister Loses His Noggin But Keeps Talking In 'Head Of State'

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Politics
7:37 am
Sat January 31, 2015

What Romney's Retreat Means For GOP Hopefuls

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Remembrances
7:37 am
Sat January 31, 2015

Rod McKuen, The Cheeseburger To Poetry's Haute Cuisine

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Europe
7:37 am
Sat January 31, 2015

Fighting In Eastern Ukraine Drags On Into WInter

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Religion
7:37 am
Sat January 31, 2015

In LA, Women Build A Mosque Where They Can Call To Prayer

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Europe
7:37 am
Sat January 31, 2015

An Arctic Institution, Sweden's Ice Hotel Turns 25

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Around the Nation
7:35 am
Sat January 31, 2015

Pennsylvania Law Allows NRA To Sue Cities Over Gun Rules

Originally published on Sat January 31, 2015 7:37 am

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Goats and Soda
7:03 am
Sat January 31, 2015

Just Your Typical Teenagers Helping To Fight World Poverty

They're members of the global-minded teens club: (left to right) Toluwanimi Sola-Adeyemi of Lagos, Chloe McGill of Seattle and Emine Arcasoy of Chapel Hill.
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On Jan. 15, 15-year-olds around the world took a stand. Their goal was to make the world a better place 15 years from now by getting rid of poverty and disease. They shared their worries and their dreams with leaders around the world as part of the newly launched "action/2015" effort, supported by the ONE Campaign, a nonprofit group that the rock star Bono founded.

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Goats and Soda
5:33 am
Sat January 31, 2015

A Former Child Soldier Finds Escape, Heaven Through His Music

"Through music," says former child soldier Emmanuel Jal, "I was able to become a child again."
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Originally published on Sat January 31, 2015 7:37 am

Emmanuel Jal was only 8 when he was dragged into Sudan's long civil war. Like 12,000 other children, he was recruited as a soldier, fighting and killing alongside South Sudanese armed groups.

Only a few, like Jal, have managed to escape.

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