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The view that higher education is spiritually dangerous is very common among many Jehovah's Witnesses.

Lack Of Education Leads To Lost Dreams And Low Income For Many Jehovah's Witnesses

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In "Get Out," Jordan Peele unabashedly addresses the politics of racism as he chronicles the story of an African-American man who's meeting his white girlfriend's parents for the first time.

"Every other human horror has its sort of classic horror movie to go along with it. So I kind of wanted to fill the gap in that piece of the genre of conversation," Peele tells NPR's Michel Martin.

In 'Get Out,' Jordan Peele Tackles The 'Human Horror' Of Racial Fear

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For this week's Sunday Puzzle, you'll need to think of your wardrobe and how to transform it.

Sunday Puzzle: Solving This Puzzle Might Mean A Few Outfit Changes

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In President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's Executive Order No. 9066, there was no mention of any particular ethnic or racial group, but in less than a week, people of Japanese descent were being ordered to leave their homes in California.

75 Years Later, Americans Still Bear Scars Of Internment Order

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Life on the Mississippi is a joy, mostly, for the folks who live in the city's funky houseboat community. That doesn't mean it's easy keeping the muskrats out, or the winter ice at bay.
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"We're using the Muslim community as a scapegoat. We are being mean to the people who are the victims of terrorism," Russell Simmons, a former friend of Trump, told the crowd.

In Times Square, Protesters Take To The Streets To Say 'I Am Muslim Too'

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In January, Fred Korematsu was featured in Google's doodle for the day. Korematsu was a civil rights activist and survivor of the internment camps that were created 75 years ago today.

Is Today's Google Doodle A Poke At The Trump Administration?

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The secretary's comments came two days after Trump revived his perennial attack on the media with a tweet calling several outlets, including The New York Times, NBC and CNN, "fake news" and "the enemy of the American People."

Mattis Disagrees With Trump's Characterization Of Media As "The Enemy"

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You won't find a gift shop with t-shirts or old family gossip at William Faulkner's home, but you will find a place where the focus is on his literature and the impact it still has.

William Faulkner's Home Illustrates His Impact On The South

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The troubled past of Argentina's military dictatorship in the 1970s and 80s serves as the backdrop for "Things We Lost in the Fire."

In 'Things We Lost,' Argentina's Haunted History Gets A Supernatural Twist

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Kevin O'Connell created such a realistic soundscape for "Hacksaw Ridge" that a group of veterans who previewed the film were convinced the sounds were real. Does that mean out of O'Connell's 21 Oscar nominations this will be his first winner?

After 21 Nominations, Will Sound Mixer Kevin O'Connell Finally Win His Oscar?

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The push to teach media literacy has gained new momentum. Five teachers share how they're incorporating it into their curriculum.

5 Ways Teachers Are Fighting Fake News

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Sundaygar Moses figured out a way to ride a bike and play soccer while only having one leg, but he still had trouble doing other tasks, and he still longed for a leg.

Top Items On This 12-Year-Old's Wish List: 'A Leg, A Bicycle'

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It's been a little more than a month since the the eastern half of Mosul was cleared of Islamic State militants. Today, Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi announced the offensive to retake the western half has begun.

Iraq Opens Offensive On Western Mosul In New Push To Reclaim ISIS Stronghold

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A woman is thinking about having a second child and asks: Is the benefit of having a sibling for my child outweighed by the potential for conflict?

So Much Anxiety Over Sibling Rivalry

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A few things did happen in Sweden on Friday night, but those were likely not the incidents President Donald J. Trump meant during his speech.

Trump Says, 'Look What's Happening In Sweden.' Sweden Asks, 'Wait, What?'

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75 years ago today, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt signed Executive Order No. 9066 which led to the incarceration of nearly 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry.

Farming Behind Barbed Wire: Japanese-Americans Remember WWII Incarceration

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During his four town halls on Saturday, congressman Tom Reed faced questions about the what the replacement would be for the Affordable Care Act, Medicare and his thoughts about the Environmental Protection Agency. He was also repeatedly pressed about President Trump.

New York Republican Rep. Tom Reed Faces Angry Crowds, Deep In Trump Country

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What’s your type? For some people, there are just too many to choose from.

Looking Past Words: Twitter Movement Helps People Notice Typefaces

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Turns out, expelling waste is kind of a big deal for astronauts.

Space Poop Problem-Solvers Take Home Cash Prizes From NASA

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