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washingtonpost.com — On Thursday, the 1,400 voting members of the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America voted to approve a resolution that would remove the restriction denying membership to youth based on their sexual orientation. "While people have different opinions about this policy, we can all agree that kids are better off when they are in Scouting," the organization said in a statement.
barnesandnoble.com — Give and Take Adam M. Grant Adam Grant, whose new book Give and Take has been getting raves in all quarters, is the youngest full professor and single highest-rated teacher at Wharton Business School. He has been honored as one of the world's top 40 business professors under 40, and he has received numerous awards and media attention for his research.
guardian.co.uk — Atheists should be seen as good people if they do good, Pope Francis has said in his latest urging that people of all religions, and none, work together. The leader of the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholics made his comments in the homily of his morning mass at his residence, a daily event at which he speaks without prepared comments.
washingtonpost.com — Some are calling them heroes. The teachers in Moore, Okla. insist they were just doing their jobs. But one thing is for certain: the teachers who risked their own lives to protect the children in their care as a devastating tornado ripped the roofs off of their schools were being leaders.
washingtonpost.com — Former congressman and newly announced New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner (D) said in an interview Thursday morning with WNYC-FM that there could be women coming forward with more e-mails or photos from the inappropriate digital conversations that led to his resignation in 2011. "It is what it is," Weiner said.
espn.go.com — ESPN.com Illustration Lombardi, Noll, Landry, Belichick and Walsh won a combined 18 NFL titles. I've been instructed by the ESPN gendarmes not to reveal who made our Greatest Coaches in NFL History poll. But I know who I voted for, and I know who the group voted for, and one of us must've voted on nitrous oxide, because we're a Carnival cruise ship apart on some picks.
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