Flowers' defense files motions for bail, dismissal

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New civil rights lawyer cites obscure law for bail request and prosecutor's "unseemly tactics" for dismissal.

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As concerns rise over youth vaping, Juul quickly puts together an army of lobbyists

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With state and federal governments looking to restrict vaping, the nation's largest e-cigarette maker pushed back with a multimillion-dollar advocacy campaign.

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How colleges are mishandling racial tensions on campus

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As administrators navigate issues of inclusion and free speech, students of color have been left to find their own way.

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Supreme Court's asylum decision is a 'recipe for chaos,' experts say

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Lawyers in the US and Mexico say the decision to temporarily allow a new Trump administration asylum ban to go into effect could overwhelm Mexico's asylum system and encourage asylum seekers to take more covert routes into the US.

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How disease is used to deny entry at US borders

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Science historian Gabriela Soto Laveaga speaks to The World about the intersection between disease and immigration.

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Flagship universities don't reflect their state's diversity

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Across the country, a gap persists between the number of black and Latino students graduating from state high schools and the number enrolling in state flagship schools.

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For these Latvian Americans, summer is for learning about their roots

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A new academic year is kicking off around the world, but for some American teens, the end of summer brings a close to a different school experience — learning their immigration history and family language in heritage summer schools.

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As asylum-seekers trek north, Canada examines border loophole

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The Trudeau government has started taking some steps to curb irregular migration into Canada. But whether a treaty-setting asylum policy with the US will be negotiated remains a question.

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A new armed offensive in Colombia is announced by former FARC leaders

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A group of former rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) announced it will launch a new armed offensive.

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How one man has spent 25 years thwarting bond money for rural districts

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Paul Dorr is a master of tactics to defeat referendums intended to finance public schools. He believes schools run by government steer kids away from Christianity. His campaigns — most of them in the Midwest — have also created lingering bitterness within communities.

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Minnesota county sending at-risk kids to other states despite concerns about care

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With its preferred juvenile correctional facility closed, Hennepin County has increased out-of-state placements 42 percent and some kids are landing in places with troubled histories.

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Reverberations still felt after Mesabi's closure

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• Legal settlement nears • Some former residents are in jail or charged with crimes • Whistleblower has no regrets • The state changes how it regulates juvenile facilities • Buhl can't find a buyer for the building KidsPeace left behind

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How a flawed idea is teaching millions of kids to be poor readers

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For decades, schools have taught children the strategies of struggling readers, using a theory about reading that cognitive scientists have repeatedly debunked. And many teachers and parents don't know there's anything wrong with it.

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Keeping uprooted kids in school

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A documentary from APM Reports and the Educate podcast.

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The children in the fields

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Thanks to a loophole in U.S. child labor laws, farmworker kids can pick crops as young as age 10. But education offers a path out of poverty, if the kids can stay in school.

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