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What Big Highways Mean For China’s Small Villages

Over the past decade, China has been on an infrastructure tear, investing hundreds of billions of dollars in transportation expansions. […]

Tough Times, Even Higher Debts For College Graduates

Two-thirds of American college graduates left school last year with student loan debt hanging over their heads and the average […]

Assaying The Legacy Of ‘The Big Screen’

“The fact is I am quite happy in a movie, even a bad movie,” admits Binx Bolling, the hero of […]

Morning Shots: George Takei, ‘Moby-Dick,’ And Magical Realism In Film

I don’t know when we decided to start celebrating the 161st anniversaries of things, but it’s the 161st anniversary of […]

‘Newsweek’ Kills Its Print Edition

Saying that “we have reached a tipping point at which we can most efficiently and effectively reach our readers in […]

Jobless Claims Take Sharp Jump: Rose By 46,000 Last Week

The number of first-time claims for jobless benefits rose by 46,000 last week, to 388,000, the Employment and Training Administration […]

State Question 759: Does Oklahoma Still Need Affirmative Action?

Logan Layden / StateImpact Oklahoma State Sen. Rob Johnson (R-Kingfisher) was one of the authors of the resolution that led […]

Republican Governors Gear Up For Election Gains

While the presidential election consumes the nation’s attention, the Republican Party is poised to expand its dominance of state politics […]

Out Of The Binder, Into The Kitchen: Working Women And Cooking

Mitt Romney is getting a lot of heat for his somewhat awkward comments about women in the workplace during Tuesday […]

Reduxion Theatre Presents Night of the Grand Guignol

A style of theatre popularized a hundred years ago in France is debuting in Oklahoma City just in time for the Halloween season.

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