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Under Ogawa’s Macabre, Metafictional Spell

It used to be a truism among critics of British poetry that Keats and most of his fellow Romantic poets […]

Coastal Snobbery, ‘The Masses,’ And Respecting The Lowest Common Denominator

There are three phrases that are almost always bad news for a piece of cultural writing. They are: 1. “The […]

Report: Your Salary Data May Be For Sale

If you’ve earned a paycheck in recent years, you’ll probably want want to know about this: The Equifax credit reporting […]

192,000 Jobs Added To Payrolls This Month, Report Signals

After bad news about late 2012 — that the U.S. economy shrank a bit in the fourth quarter — there’s […]

Disgraced Former Gov. Mark Sanford’s Ready To Make Another Move

Can Mark Sanford make a comeback? Right now, it appears quite possible. The Republican ended his career as South Carolina’s […]

Economy Shrank At 0.1 Percent Annual Rate In Fourth Quarter

The U.S. economy shrank at a 0.1 percent annual rate in the fourth quarter, the Bureau of Economic Analysis reports, […]

NRA’s LaPierre, Giffords And Husband To Lay Out Different Views On Gun Laws

The national debate over gun laws that has taken on added urgency since last year’s mass shootings at an elementary […]

What would you tell lawmakers about immigration?

Immigrants await a naturalization ceremony to become U.S. citizens at the district office of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services on […]

Four ways to use SoundCloud for Public Insight reporting

We’ve written before about SoundCloud and ways that newsrooms can use it to collect and publish audio from sources. Now, […]

Why athletes cheat: “Your self is on the line”

When cyclist Lance Armstrong admitted this month that he systematically used banned substances to help him win races, he added […]

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