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Obama Team Works To Keep Grass Roots From Drying Up In Second Term

On Wednesday, President Obama will meet with middle-class Americans who will be affected by a tax increase if the country […]

‘The Last Refuge’: Yemen, Al-Qaida And The U.S.

In December 2009 a would-be terrorist boarded a plane for Detroit with a bomb in his underwear. While the explosive […]

As Colleges Retool Aid, Can Entry Stay Need-Blind?

With money coming in more slowly than the financial aid given out, schools say they are nearing the breaking point, […]

Powerball Jackpot Is $500 Million; Now Will You Buy A Chance?

We know there’s only a 1 in 175 million chance of winning. Even then, you might have to share the […]

Grover Norquist: Pink Unicorns Aren’t Real And GOP Won’t Break Tax Pledge

There has not been a wave of defections by Republicans who signed on to his “no new taxes” pledge and […]

New In Paperback Nov. 26- Dec. 2

Fiction and nonfiction releases from Paula McLain, Anita Desai, Joseph Epstein, Rosamond Bernier and Stuart Isacoff. [Copyright 2012 National Public […]

Do Orchestras Really Need Conductors?

Have you ever wondered whether music conductors actually influence their orchestras? They seem important. After all, they’re standing in the […]

Kennedy Center’s New Organ No Longer A Pipe Dream

It was almost spooky. Each night after 11 p.m., when nothing was stirring in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall, two […]

Momentum Builds For Hepatitis C Testing Of Baby Boomers

The U.S. Preventive Services Task Force, an influential and often controversial panel of doctors, is moving toward a recommendation for […]

GOP Senators More Troubled About Benghazi After Talking With Amb. Rice

After meeting with U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice this morning, three key Republican senators emerged to say they’re more troubled — […]

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