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55% of teens live in broken homes: 8 of 10 in D.C.

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Politics,Paul Bedard,Washington Secrets
A majority of 17-year-olds in America are children of broken marriages, a sometimes devastating situation that cuts their chances to graduate from high school and get a good job but boosts the possibility of out-of-wedlock teen births, according to a comprehensive review of U.S. Bureau of Census information. The Marriage & Religion Research Institute's third annual report on families found...