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“Low Unemployment, Energy Sector Boosts Income in Oklahoma Metro Areas”

Personal income in OKC and Tulsa grew 7.6 percent from 2010-2011, new estimates from the federal government show. Lawton’s grew […]

Propeller Planes Come Back Amid High Fuel Prices

Record-high fuel prices have hammered airlines, forcing executives to eliminate flights, cut back on unprofitable routes and make passengers pay […]

Despite Protection Efforts, Rhino Poaching Soars

Just a few years ago, rhino poaching appeared to be more or less under control. Shootings were relatively rare, and […]

A Short Fuse For Fusion As Ignition Misses Deadline

The National Ignition Facility in Livermore, Calif., has been called a modern-day moonshot, a project of “revolutionary science,” and “the […]

In Fiscal Cliff PR War, Obama Seeks Help From A Public Already Leaning His Way

In Washington’s latest game of chicken, President Obama is counting on voters who see things his way to give him […]

Flame Retardants From Furniture Found In Household Dust

Sofas and other cushy furniture often contain chemicals intended to reduce the risk of fire. But those chemicals may pose […]

Hispanic Caucus Rejects Republican Immigration Bills

Determined not to be excluded from the post-election bipartisan talk of passing immigration legislation, the Congressional Hispanic Caucus on Wednesday […]

Marion Cotillard, Diving Deep In ‘Rust And Bone’

The latest film for Oscar-winning actress Marion Cotillard, Rust and Bone, is a French art film about two broken individuals […]

No Simple Recipe For Weighing Food Waste At Mario Batali’s Lupa

Every year, restaurants throw away as much as 10 percent of the food they buy, as we reported yesterday, yet […]

The Middle East: A Web Of ‘Topsy-Turvy’ Alliances

Writing for the New York Review of Books at the beginning of November, Robert Malley, the program director for the […]

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