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Math scores slip, reading flat for nation’s 12th-graders to.pbs.org/1rzRYjV
Senate committee approves $250M Flint aid package to.pbs.org/1QDb8tf
A new atlas maps word meanings in the brain to.pbs.org/24mGIVG (via @statnews)
How a Seattle murderer slipped through the cracks of the mental health system to.pbs.org/21hjdeT
Education Department launches new website for student loan borrowers to.pbs.org/239ovIK
How North Carolina's bathroom law sparked a business backlash. @robenfarzad reports to.pbs.org/1SU3ceN
FBI: ‘Argument can be made’ fake AP story broke rules to.pbs.org/1SClknU
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Former Speaker Boehner calls Cruz ‘Lucifer in the flesh’ to.pbs.org/1rCAMds
How do 5.1 million children cope with parental incarceration?
More than two million people are behind bars in the United States, but the children of those people — 5.1 million — are often overlooked in policy discussions about sentencing reform, according to a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
House committee votes to require women to register for draft to.pbs.org/1TgbHuW
Sanders campaign to lay off hundreds of staffers to.pbs.org/1rkDKD0
The delegate fight moves to the Hoosier state. @JudyWoodruff gets a preview from @DomenicoNPR & @brandonjsmith5 to.pbs.org/1SU2K07
It’s not everyday you get to spend a day with a living legend, much less one dedicated to saving life itself.
Watch our conversation tonight on @newshour with biologist E.O. Wilson, where he’ll make the case that humans must set aside half the earth as natural habitat in order to avoid losing 80 percent of the planet’s biodiversity.
Photo by Frank Carlson.