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    Review: ‘If I Forget,’ Clashing Currents in Jewish Identity - New York Times - Top Stories
    Steven Levenson’s comedy-drama explores multiple and contradictory dimensions of self-perception through its portrait of a family, the Fischers.
    Floods in San Jose Push 14,000 People Out Of Their Homes - NPR News - Top Stories
    Rescuers sometimes chest-deep in water steered boats carrying dozens of people, including babies and pets, from a San Jose neighborhood inundated by water from an  ...</td></tr><tr><td><a target=_blank href="http://www.npr.org/sections/health-shots/2017/02/22/515413111/threat-of-obamacare-repeal-leaves-community-health-centers-in-limbo?utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=news" class="newslink"><b>Threat Of Obamacare Repeal Leaves Community Health Centers In Limbo</b></a><small><font color="#606060"> - NPR News - Top Stories</font></small><br><img src=
    Trump Proposal Would Deport More Immigrants Immediately - New York Times - Top Stories
    Draft memos signed by the homeland security secretary appear to spare many immigrants brought to the country illegally as children. But some parents could face prosecution.
    The Checkup: When Does a Child Need a Sick Day? - New York Times - Top Stories
    In a poll, 60 percent of parents said concern about the illness getting worse if the child went to school was very important.
    The Checkup: Is a Teen Depressed, or Just Moody? - New York Times - Top Stories
    With reports of an increase in teenage depression, experts say parents should watch for major changes in their own children.
    As California's Organic Farming Pioneers Age, A Younger Generation Steps In - NPR News - Top Stories
    Tom Willey has farmed for decades in California
    Authors And Illustrators Of Color Accounted For 22 Percent Of Children's Books - NPR News - Top Stories
    In 2016, people of color were the protagonists in 22 percent of children

    In 2016, people of color were the protagonists in fewer than a quarter o ...

    The Bright-Eyed Talking Doll That Just Might Be a Spy - New York Times - Top Stories
    Germany has moved to pull the doll, Cayla, off shelves because of an insecure Bluetooth connection that hackers could use to eavesdrop on children who play with it.
    Trump's Sons Heading To Dubai As Business Interests Continue To Expand Overseas - NPR News - Top Stories
    A flag flies on a green lined with villas at the Trump International Golf Club, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The 18-hole golf course in Dubai bearing Donald Trump
    Banned In Germany: Kids' Doll Is Labeled An Espionage Device - NPR News - Top Stories
    Germany has banned the My Friend Cayla dolls, which are also the subject of a complaint by privacy groups in the U.S. who say the toys spy on children.

    The doll Cayla ...

    A New Phase of ‘Goodnight Moon’? - New York Times - Top Stories
    How a previously unpublished book by the children’s author Margaret Wise Brown is soon to make an appearance.
    New York Today: New York Today: A Presidents’ Day Preview - New York Times - Top Stories
    Friday: How children can celebrate the holiday, warmer weather on the horizon, and an ask about airports.
    Couple Moves On From Silence About Time In Japanese Internment Camps - NPR News - Top Stories

    This weekend marks the 75th anniversary of Franklin Roosevelt's executive order that led to the internment of Japanese-Americans. We hear from two people who were interned when they were children.

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