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South Korea's sex ed guidelines suggest victims are to blame for date rape

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| When South Korea issued sex education guidelines in 2015, there was an outcry. Two years later, the guidelines remain in place.

A week after the mass shooting, Texas church reopens as a memorial


The First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs will pay tribute to the victims of last week's massacre: "It is our hope that this will be healing for everyone."

#MeAt14 reminds internet 14-year-olds are innocent, immature, unable to consent


Twitter users are posting pictures of their 14-year-old selves as a rebuke to Roy Moore's alleged sexual encounter with a teen.

Pence speaks at Arlington on Veterans Day


The Vice President, both the father and son of servicemen, delivered a speech that was by turns conventional and surprisingly personal.

Camouflage and shiny pink caskets for Texas shooting victims


Trey Ganem is offering free customized caskets for the victims of the shooting. He hopes his designs help celebrate their lives.


Roy Halladay one of 1st to fly the 'Jet Ski with wings'


Halladay, the 40-year-old former Blue Jays and Phillies pitcher, had been the proud owner for less than a month of his ICON A5, and was among the first to fly it,

California to collaborate with EU and China on fighting climate change


California and the EU will begin hosting regular meetings, also working with China, on improving carbon markets, which put a price on carbon emissions.

Snapchat and Twitter adopting new looks to gain more users


Snapchat is undergoing a redesign and Twitter is rolling out a 280-character limit for nearly all its users in hopes of attracting a wider audience.

Man who exchanged fire with Texas shooter: 'I was scared to death'


Stephen Willeford, a former NRA instructor, said he knew that each shot fired in the church "represented someone" and then he acted despite being scared for the victims, himself and his family.