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Vice President Mike Pence with his wife Karen Pence, left, waves to anti-abortion supporters and participants of the annual March for Life event, during a reception in the Indian Treaty Room at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House complex in Washington, Thursday, Jan. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)

Trump addresses March for Life via video; Pences attend pre-march rally in person

- The Washington Times

Vice President Mike Pence made a surprise cameo, a Montana senator announced a newly-formed Pro-Life Caucus, and thousands of marcher held signs and marched up Constitution Avenue Friday afternoon to the U.S. Supreme Court during Friday's annual mid-January March for Life in Washington D.C. President Donald Trump, who made history by being the first president to address the March for Life meeting by video last year, even squeezed in a sequel this year.

Bo Hi Pak, the founding chairman of The Washington Times Corp. (courtesy photo)

Washington Times Corp. Founding Chairman Bo Hi Pak dies

Bo Hi Pak, the founding chairman of The Washington Times Corp., who brought the flagship newspaper into existence in 1982 and who spent much of his life engaged in global diplomacy and peacemaking activities with Times' founders Rev. Sun Myung Moon and Hak Ja Han Moon, died in Korea Jan. 12. He was 89.

In this Sept. 20, 2018 photo, fifth-grade student Ashlynn De Filippis, left, works math problems on the DreamBox system as teacher Heather Dalton, center rear, works with other students in class at Charles Barnum Elementary School in Groton, Conn. A wide array of apps, websites and software used in schools borrow elements from video games to help teachers connect with students living technology-infused lives. (AP Photo/Michael Melia)

Why U.S. classrooms are starting to resemble arcades

- Associated Press

It's 1 o'clock on a Wednesday afternoon in Wallingford, Connecticut, and about 20 children are watching a screen at the front of the room as they take turns navigating challenges and collecting virtual currency to unlock powers, outfits and pets for their characters.

Requests to bring in child brides OK'd; legal under U.S. laws

- Associated Press

Thousands of requests by men to bring in child and adolescent brides to live in the United States were approved over the past decade, according to government data obtained by The Associated Press. In one case, a 49-year-old man applied for admission for a 15-year-old girl.