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Romantic Reads From Shakespeare To Steampunk (Heavy On The Steam)

My favorite “best of the year” list is the Bad Sex in Fiction award, even — or perhaps because — […]

In A ‘Numb’ Newtown, Students Head Back To School

Students will be returning to school today in Newtown, Conn., site of Friday’s mass shooting at an elementary school that […]

South Carolina’s New Senator A Tea Party Favorite, Staunch Obama Critic

South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley named her fellow Republican, Rep. Tim Scott, as the state’s next senator on Monday. He […]

WWII ‘Canteen Girl’ Kept Troops Company From Afar

American service members have long spent holidays in dangerous places, far from family. These days, home is a video chat […]

NIH Revisits Debate On Controversial Bird Flu Research

On Tuesday, the National Institutes of Health in Maryland is holding a second day of talks about whether and how […]

Local context for BBC report on St. Louis segregation

When BBC reporter Franz Strasser began looking for cities with racial and economic disparities, he found several. But St. Louis […]

Have you talked to your elementary school kids about Newtown?

Newtown, Conn., residents Claire Swanson (left), Kate Suba, Jaden Albrecht and Simran Chand join New London, Conn., residents Rachel Pullen […]

How are you mourning the Newtown victims?

A New England Patriots fan shows support for the victims of Friday’s Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings before the Patriots […]

Daughter Of A Dictator Favored In S. Korean Election

Her presidential campaign rallies present blaring pop music and dancing supporters, but Park Geun-hye’s campaign involves managing some tricky legacies. […]

Why West Texas Intermediate Lost Its Status, and What it Means for Oklahoma

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma The U.S. Energy Information Agency used to use West Texas Intermediate as the price benchmark […]

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