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The Benefits Of Taking Out Loans For College

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Right-Wing Hate Groups Are Recruiting Video Gamers

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At least 36 students at a North Carolina school have become infected with chickenpox. The school has many students whose parents claimed a religious exemption from state vaccination requirements. Milos Bataveljic/Getty Images hide caption

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Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is donating $1.8 billion to his alma mater to help students with financial aid. Monica Schipper/Getty Images hide caption

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Michael Bloomberg Gives $1.8 Billion To Financial Aid At Johns Hopkins University

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School shootings have led to a boon to the business of security technology. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Inside The Business Of School Security To Stop Active Shooters

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Abraham Lincoln is shown in Richmond, Va., being cheered by former slaves in 1865. Culture Club/Getty Images hide caption

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Texas Students Will Soon Learn Slavery Played A Central Role In The Civil War

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NPR Student Podcast Challenge: Turn An Idea Into Sound — And Win

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Jacob Atem, who fled Sudan as a boy, was one of the storytellers at "Stoop Stories," a Baltimore event. Atem talked about his life as a "Lost Boy" and what happened when he settled in Michigan — like the time his foster mom grounded him just for wanting to punch a kid who'd insulted him. Brennen Jensen for NPR hide caption

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