Students at Howard University in Washington, D.C. The historically black university is opening Howard West at Google's headquarters in Mountain View. Howard University hide caption

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Google Hopes To Hire More Black Engineers By Bringing Students To Silicon Valley

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Demand for domestic tea is so strong that Minto Island Tea Company continues expanding production. Here, new Camellia sinensis are planted on the Salem, Oregon, farm. It takes three years for tea plants to mature for harvest. Courtesy of Minto Island Tea Company hide caption

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Even With The Wars Behind Us, In Charleston, Cannonballs Still Found Below

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Cairo has lost more than half of its population in recent decades. Today, there are just under 3,000 people left. Kirk Siegler/NPR hide caption

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Tired Of Promises, A Struggling Small Town Wants Problems Solved

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Rep. Adam Schiff: Nunes Should Step Away From Russia Investigation

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Release Of Possible Topics For 2020 Census Raises Concerns

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Some Cities Undaunted By Attorney General Crackdown On 'Sanctuary Cities'

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Jared Kushner To Answer Questions About Meeting With Russian Bank Officials

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Micah White, co-creator of the Occupy Wall Street movement, now lives in Nehalem, Ore., where he's active in local politics. "There are no big businesses here. These are all my neighbors. You can't block traffic," he says. Trav Williams hide caption

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Message To 'Resistors' From Occupy Co-Creator: Stop Protesting. Run For Office

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Tirsha Lizotte, a room attendant at the Meadowmere Resort in Ogunquit, tidies a second floor room in March 2015. Establishments like the Meadowmere (pictured) and the Beachmere Inn hire many foreign workers in positions like Trisha's over the course of the summer through the H-2B visa program. Portland Press Herald/Press Herald via Getty Images hide caption

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With Fewer Available H-2B Visas, Employers Struggle To Find Seasonal Workers

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(Top) In downtown Hamtramck, teenagers hang out in Pope Park, which commemorates the Polish Pope John Paul II's visit to the city in 1987. (Bottom left) Co-owner Jamal Jawany poses for a portrait at Delite Cafe and Deli. (Bottom right) Ezzi Jawany, 74, waits for his order at his son's deli, Delite Cafe. Elissa Nadworny/NPR hide caption

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A viral image last week claimed 14 girls of color went missing in 24 hours in D.C. — though police say that's untrue. But the facts are startling, with very real consequences. Metropolitan PD, Washington DC hide caption

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Proposed Budget Cuts Slash Funding For Great Lakes Clean-Up

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