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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.

Treatment For Alzheimer’s Should Start Years Before Disease Sets In

Treatment for Alzheimer’s probably needs to begin years or even decades before symptoms of the disease start to appear, scientists […]

Politics Might Be In Her Future, Chelsea Clinton Hints

Though she’s dipped her toe into the world of TV journalism, we don’t hear a lot from Chelsea Clinton about […]

Romney Tries To Soften Birth Control Message

GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has been firmly anti-abortion during this campaign. But during Tuesday’s debate on Long Island, N.Y., […]

Culture Yourself: October 17, 2012

Each afternoon, we encourage you to put your feet up, relax, and check out some of the cultural coverage that […]

A Tax Plan That Economists Love (And Politicians Hate)

Watching a presidential campaign, it’s easy to think that the nation is deeply divided over how to fix the economy. […]

Sheldon Adelson Shakes Up Israeli Newspaper Market

Israel’s newsstands are looking noticeably less crowded these days, as a crisis in the Israeli press threatens several of the […]

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