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Going viral?

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Medicine | Ebola so far hasn’t hit tiny Guinea-Bissau, but the disease could spread there like wildfire

Oversexed education

Oversexed education

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Lifestyle | Parental reaction spurs school district to pull controversial health text—at least for now

Parents’ voices heard in sex ed textbook controversy

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Education | UPDATE (Friday, Aug. 15, 9:45 a.m.): The Fremont, Calif., school board voted 3-2 Wednesday night to not use Your Health Today in ninth grade health classes and…

Stump of Stanford

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Sports | Without carrying a title, counselor wields great influence with Stanford's athletes

One in a billion

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Roe v. Wade | A terrible health condition has helped Christian Buchanan to be a blessing to many

Worker says boss told her to keep anti-Obamacare opinions quiet

Worker says boss told her to keep anti-Obamacare opinions quiet

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First Amendment | A longtime Santa Clara, Calif., employee was reprimanded last month after a co-worker overheard her critiquing Obamacare’s problematic rollout during a…

Communities step up support of homeschooling

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Homeschooling | Last week at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, Calif., 120 homeschoolers launched rockets, created solar etchings, and mixed moon sand. From a…

Opponents hope to flush California’s unisex school bathroom bill

Opponents hope to flush California’s unisex school bathroom bill

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Public Schools | Concerned parents and teachers have launched a petition drive to qualify a ballot measure that would repeal California’s controversial “co-ed bathroom”

Sharing spaces

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Lifestyle | The rise of multigenerational households gives families unique opportunities to intertwine their lives

Fighting back

By Mary Jackson, Elise Grafe, Angela Lu, Daniel James Devine & Samantha Gilman
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Back to School | Christian public school teachers go to court, and scientists quietly advance intelligent design

Womb to grow

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Lifestyle | The thriving practice of embryo adoption is saving little lives from destruction

No homeschool haven

No homeschool haven

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Homeschooling | The U.S. Justice Department wants to overturn asylum status granted to a homeschooling family in 2010 and deport them to Germany, where the parents likely…

 
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