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Saudi women fleeing their families challenge a system that grants men guardianship over women's lives. This guardianship system starts in the home, where women must obey fathers, husbands and brothers.
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Life in limbo: Fertility clinics, couples struggle with what to do with leftover embryos from IVF treatment.
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E-cigarettes are now the top high-risk substance used by teenagers, according to the latest U.S. figures.
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The FBI isn't commenting on the arrest of an American woman who has worked for Iran's state TV network for 25 years.
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"Colorism" - the granting of greater privileges to light-skinned minorities than their darker-skinned peers - remains pervasive in the entertainment industry, insiders say.
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With his stentorian voice, assertive ways and unapologetic manners, Bercow is playing a major role shaping the debate over Britain’s troubled withdrawal from the European Union.
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Whether Sears, founded 132 years ago as a mail order watch business, can survive in the Amazon era remains questionable.
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On this date in 1979, Iran’s powerful Shah Mohammad Reza Pahlavi abandoned his Peacock Throne and left his nation, never to return home, setting the stage for the country’s Islamic Revolution a month later.

Read AP's original story about the shah’s departure from Iran (which maintains the AP style of the day, such as using “Moslem” instead of Muslim.) http://apne.ws/3rnB764
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Bus singer gives voice to Venezuela's growing diaspora.
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Expecting a tax refund? Some 46,000 federal workers are on their way back to work to see that you get it.
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