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Here are a few more that have gotten me through blistering summer days, long subway rides, and continued aggravation over the state of the world.
Two recent studies find that parents are afraid of messing up, but teens want guidance and frank information about sex.
Even in cases where leftist insurgents didn’t win, they managed to challenge their opponents’ progressive bonafides, said Javier Valdés of Make the Road Action.