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Judge Donna Scott Davenport oversees a juvenile justice system in Rutherford County, Tennessee, with a staggering history of jailing children. She said kids must face consequences, which rarely seem to apply to her or the other adults in charge.
Amy Balkin collects artifacts of sea-level rise, erosion, and glacial melting. Anyone anywhere in the world can mail in a contribution, as long as it weighs half a pound or less.
In 1992, thousands of furious, drunken cops descended on City Hall — and changed New York history.
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On the 35th anniversary of Janet Jackson’s first No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit, NPR looks back at Control, her career-defining album that changed the trajectory of pop music in the late '80s and '90s.
Yoga teacher Jessamyn Stanley shares an excerpt from her recently published book, Yoke: My Yoga of Self-Acceptance. Read her words inside.
People go to extreme lengths to avoid time with their own thoughts. We’ve found some ways to make it more pleasurable.
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