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A study in "The Lancet" medical journal shows a teenage pregnancy prevention program involving a baby simulator did not appear to have any long-term effect on reducing the risk of teenage pregnancy. Renee Montagne talks to Sally Brinkman, lead author of the decade-long study that followed 2,800 teens.
NPR and member stations are examining how presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump view America's role in the world. The project is called A Nation Engaged. David Greene talks to Pulitzer Prize-winning author Joby Warrick about what the candidates will face when it comes to ISIS, and as president, what they might do.