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Ken Burns’ Dust Bowl: How the ‘Dirty Thirties’ Changed Policy in Oklahoma

Arthur Rothstein / Library of Congress A farmer’s son in 1936, standing amid the Dust Bowl landscape of Cimarron County […]

It’s All Politics, Nov. 16, 2012

The week after Election Day is full of surprises, with news of scandal enveloping top Gens. David Petraeus and John […]

Seaside After Sandy: Is Rebuilding Worth It?

Ever since Hurricane Sandy ripped through the New Jersey coast, some of the hardest-hit towns have been closed altogether. Authorities […]

Post-Petreaus, Net Privacy Backers Hope For A Boost

The tech industry has been lobbying hard for an update to the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, the 1986 law governing […]

Enjoy Thanksgiving Sprouts Without The Stink

Brussels sprouts — long relegated to the bottom of the culinary barrel alongside lima beans, liver and the occasional fruitcake […]

Beer, Wine And Spirits: When Counting Our Liquid Calories, Are We Honest?

When it comes to tallying our liquid calories, we’re not always so accurate. Does that tiny 5-ounce serving of wine […]

EPA Says Its Ethanol Rules Aren’t Driving Up Food Prices

The ethanol industry is happy with the Environmental Protection Agency today. If you’re worried about the price of meat, though, […]

This Is How Diabetes Swept The Nation

When it comes to diabetes, just about everyone has heard there’s an epidemic upon us. In 2010, about 18.8 million […]

Florida Judge Denies Recount Request, But Allen West Continues Quest

A Florida judge on Friday denied Republican Rep. Allen West’s last-ditch bid for a recount of early voting ballots in […]

Republican Lock On Florida’s Cuban-American Vote May Be Over

For Republicans ruminating over why their party lost the presidential election, here’s something else to digest from the swing state […]

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