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She got into college with extra help — legitimate help — and extraordinary effort

A woman with a disability found a way to succeed in school — a far cry from illegal schemes by wealthy parents in the college admissions scandal.

Union Station tries to reinvent itself for a rail future even as passenger numbers drop

While officials debate the big-ticket transformation of Union Station, they are considering smaller improvements aimed at making the landmark a community hub.

Surprise medical bills could prompt rare bipartisan action in Congress

Republicans and Democrats have introduced several preliminary ideas for how to address the problem, including capping out-of-network bills.

Vietnam War left a painful legacy for indigenous minority that fought alongside U.S.

Journalists are rarely allowed into the highlands of central Vietnam, where the Montagnards are still suffering for siding with the U.S. a half century ago.

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