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3:16pm

Fri May 4, 2012
Asia

U.S. Supports Chinese Activist's Bid To Study Abroad

Originally published on Fri May 4, 2012 5:04 pm

News of a possible way out of the diplomatic impasse over Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng has again overshadowed other events in Beijing. The Chinese Foreign ministry says Chen might be allowed to leave China to study abroad. Meanwhile about 200 U.S. officials from the State Department and the U.S. Treasury are in China to discuss other matters vital to the U.S.-China relationship.

3:15pm

Fri May 4, 2012
Religion

Five Philly Priests Removed For Sex Abuse Allegations

Originally published on Fri May 4, 2012 5:04 pm

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ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST:

The Catholic Archbishop of Philadelphia announced today that he is removing five priests from ministry. Charles Chaput said investigations into other priests accused of abuse will continue.

But as NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports, victims' advocates are not satisfied.

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3:13pm

Fri May 4, 2012
Economy

Jobs Report: More Are Dropping Out Of Workforce

Originally published on Fri May 4, 2012 5:04 pm

The Labor Department issued its monthly employment report on Friday and the news wasn't good. Payrolls did increase with 115,000 positions but that was less than the month before and far less than what most economists were expecting.

3:04pm

Fri May 4, 2012
Law

Hazing Hard To Prosecute In Fla. Despite Tough Laws

Originally published on Fri May 4, 2012 6:28 pm

Pam and Robert Champion hold their son's drum major hat from Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University. Robert Champion Jr. died after a hazing incident in November.
Jim Burress for NPR

Charges filed this week against 13 people in connection with a hazing death at Florida A&M University have thrust the hazing culture into the spotlight.

Florida has one of the toughest anti-hazing laws in the country, but legal experts say prosecuting the crime can be tricky.

State attorney Lawson Lamar, who is leading the prosecution in the death of drum major Robert Champion, acknowledges the case is complicated.

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4:06pm

Thu May 3, 2012
Election 2012

In Utah, GOP House Candidate Out To Make History

Originally published on Wed May 9, 2012 9:43 am

Saratoga Springs Mayor Mia Love speaks at the Republican state convention April 21 in Sandy, Utah.
Leah Hogsten The Salt Lake Tribune via AP

A small-town mayor in Utah is trying to make congressional history.

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