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Immigration reform protesters gather in front of the White House on July 17, 2014 in Washington, DC. The protest was organized by Amnesty International to push the message "Don't Send Unaccompanied Migrant Children Back."  Amnesty International and the protestors want to demand that President Obama protect the rights of unaccompanied migrant children, some as young as five years old, who are crossing the southwest border of the United States. Reportedly these children are fleeing organized crime, gang violence and insecurity from many Central American countries. Reports also state that many of these children are survivors of sexual violence and at higher risk of kidnapping, trafficking and other serious human rights abuses.  (Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images)

Va. Officials Raising Awareness About Human Trafficking

Virginia officials are using a new campaign to raise awareness about human trafficking.

12/26/2014

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This Orioles Billboard Is Less Than 7 Miles from Nationals Park

The Baltimore Orioles have strategically placed a billboard — featuring Adam Jones, Chris Davis and Manny Machado — alongside I-295 in Maryland, just before the Washington, D.C. border and only 6.5 miles from Nats Park.

04/15/2014

New PETA billboard aimed at kids. (credit: PETA)

PETA Billboard Uses Dog To Urge Kids Not To Eat Thanksgiving Turkey

A new PETA billboard aimed at children has superimposed a dog’s head on a turkey, urging children to think twice before eating turkey this Thanksgiving.

11/16/2011