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It’s All Politics, Sept. 27, 2012

Less than six weeks to go and President Obama seems to have opened up a lead in the battleground states […]

‘Cocaine For Snowblindness’: What Polar Explorers Packed For First Aid

So you’re headed out to explore the frozen wilderness of the Antarctic, facing one of the most punishing climates on […]

With Senate Control At Stake, Key Wis. Race Tightens

One of the most important seats in the battle for control of the U.S. Senate is in Wisconsin, where Democrat […]

This Week’s 5 Must-Read Stories From NPR Books

1. Foodie Fervor If there’s is one thing that trumps a great read for me, it’s a great meal. Photographer […]

The Best College Prank Of The 1790s (With Bats, Poop & Grass)

In yesterday’s post, I crowned an Oxford geologist William Buckland as Most Daring Eater Ever. And he was. But I […]

Bank Of America To Pay $2.43 Billion To Settle Class Action Lawsuit

While denying it did anything wrong, Bank of America announced this morning it will pay “$2.43 billion and institute certain […]

Apple Is ‘Extremely Sorry’ For Its Much-Maligned Maps, CEO Tim Cook Says

How much of a “public relations disaster” has Apple’s new mapping software been? Big enough that the famously proud company […]

Some Grumble About Change As School Lunches Get Leaner And Greener

This fall, the more than 38 million kids who get their lunches through the National School Lunch Program are seeing […]

This Week in OK Politics

ACLU Oklahoma Executive Director Ryan Kiesel and Republican Political Consultant Neva Hill on what happened this past week in the Sooner State

Obama, Romney Mine For Swing Voters In Ohio

Undecided voters in Ohio got a lot of attention this week from President Obama and GOP rival Mitt Romney. Coal […]

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