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Shotgun cohabitation

Shotgun cohabitation

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Marriage | Unwed couples who get pregnant are more likely to move in together than to get married, according to government data collected over the past decade.

Families in limbo after Congo suspends exit permits for adoptions

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Adoption | Justin Carroll left his home in Tennessee and his job as a carpenter in mid-November for what he thought would be a two-week journey to the Democratic…

Friends with parental benefits

Friends with parental benefits

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Adoption | Unmarried friends can legally adopt and co-parent, according to an unprecedented ruling by a New York judge last month. Judge Rita Mella of New York…

Legal pot sales start in Colorado in 3, 2, 1 …

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Law | Starting New Year’s Day, anyone 21 or older with a valid photo ID can buy marijuana in Colorado. At 8 a.m. a handful of businesses licensed to sell…

Government redefines marriage for student loan applications

Government redefines marriage for student loan applications

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Education | Students in same-sex marriages can now select “married” when applying for federal student aid and loans, according to changes announced this month by…

Baker must cater to same-sex weddings, or else

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First Amendment | A baker in suburban Denver must make cakes for same-sex weddings or face fines, according to a judge’s ruling last week.  Judge Robert N. Spencer…

Custody case brings up father’s rights to an unborn baby

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Family | A celebrity custody battle over a 9-month-old baby has courts debating whether a fetus is a baby or a part of its mother’s body. The case in question asks…

Lots of detail, few answers in school shooting report

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Crime | This week officials released an investigative report on the Dec. 14, 2012, Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre, marking the troubling end to a case with no…

Efforts to stamp out child labor have opposite effect

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Child welfare | Banning child labor in developing countries may increase the number of child laborers, especially in poor families, according to a National Bureau of Economic…

Marijuana hits mainstream in polls

Marijuana hits mainstream in polls

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Culture | Support for marijuana legalization is on the rise, even among Independents, the elderly, and Christians, according to recent surveys.   For the…

Screen time limits: Common sense but not common practice

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Technology | Kids now spend more of their waking hours consuming media from their  smartphones, TVs, and computers than any other activity, including attending…

Rise in IVF popularity leaves thousands of babies in limbo

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Family | More women are using donated eggs for in vitro fertilization (IVF) and more healthy babies are being born through the process, according to a study released…

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