(CNN)A student suing to stop prayers in her school. A 12-year-old determined not to become a child bride. Grab a cup of coffee and settle in. Here's what you might have missed amid a busy news week:
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The word of God appears to be welcome everywhere in Webster Parish, Louisiana. So when a student sued to stop prayers in school, the community was stunned.
In a system where judges police fellow judges, a CNN investigation finds those who are accused of misconduct rarely face judgment themselves.
More than two-thirds of Yemeni girls are married off before they reach 18. Halima is determined not to be one of them.
A wreck found in a delta on Alabama's coast may be the answer to a mystery that has baffled scholars for more than 150 years: the long-lost Clotilda, the last known slave ship to bring captive Africans to the US.
Bambadjan Bamba, who appears on NBC's "The Good Place" and in the upcoming Marvel film "Black Panther," writes that DACA was a dream come true for him. But now his status in the US, along with so many others, is in jeopardy.
Jane Carr writes that the viral and visceral reaction to "This Is Us" is a timely reminder that television and other forms of storytelling can help us mourn, connect with each other and redefine ourselves.