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UC OKs $1 Million Settlement In Pepper-Spray Suit

The University of California will pay $1 million to settle a lawsuit filed by Occupy protesters at UC Davis who […]

Cherokee Nation Chief Demands Apology From Scott Brown Campaign

The principal chief of the Cherokee Nation is calling on Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass., to apologize for a video that […]

A Community Tries to get Answers

The City of Stillwater is dealing with the aftermath of an eighth grade student who committed suicide minutes before classes started on Wednesday.

‘Sutton’: America’s 1920s, Bank-Robbing ‘Robin Hood’

After the global financial crisis hit in 2008, Pulitzer Prize winner J.R. Moehringer was so angry at banks, he says, […]

Poverty Informs J.K. Rowling’s New Novel For Adults

The audio interview posted above is a longer version of a two-part interview that will run this Thursday and Friday […]

Mammalian Surprise: African Mouse Can Regrow Skin

Scientists have discovered that a mouse found in Africa can lose large patches of skin and then grow it back […]

Young Man Who Helped Capture Gadhafi Dies After Reportedly Being Tortured

A year ago, Omran Ben Shaaban was among the young men who helped capture Moammar Gadhafi as the former Libyan […]

Babies Bring Good Luck, Big Bucks For One Norwegian Family

Forget four-leaf clovers, horseshoes and rabbit feet. The secret to a three-time-lottery-winning family in Norway is simple: getting pregnant. Or, […]

Badger Battle: British Animal Lovers Protest Cull

The badger, a stalwart of BBC nature programs, is one of Britain’s most beloved animals and is a protected species. […]

Tokyo’s Governor Stokes The Island Feud With China

Japanese politicians are prone to vague pronouncements and a lot of bowing. But not Tokyo’s flamboyant, ultraconservative governor, Shintaro Ishihara. […]

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