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Tear Gas, Rocks Fly At Anti-Austerity Protest In Athens

Riot police in Athens have fired tear gas at protesters who in turn have been lobbing stones and petrol bombs […]

Ahead Of Carmageddon II, Angelenos Fear Traffic Jams In … The Sky?

This weekend, a 10-mile stretch of heavily trafficked Interstate 405 in Los Angeles will be shut down for two days […]

After 48 Years Of War, Colombians Plan Peace Talks

After fighting for power for nearly 50 years, a Colombian rebel group is now opting to negotiate a peace deal […]

Fallin and Romney Got ’99 Percent’ in Common, But This Tax Credit Ain’t One

Joe Wertz / StateImpact Oklahoma Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin on Monday reiterated her support of the federal production tax credit […]

Rural Electric Cooperatives Straining to Power Oklahoma’s Oil and Gas Boom

Rural electric cooperatives are working “overtime” to meet increased power demand from Oklahoma’s oil patch, reports Electric Co-op Today. Officials […]

How Food And Clothing Size Labels Affect What We Eat And What We Wear

When you go into a restaurant, you probably give some thought to whether you’re ordering a small, regular or large […]

CNN Defends Reporting On Slain Ambassador’s Diary

CNN is defending itself against accusations from the U.S. State Department that it trampled on the wishes of the family […]

A Roll For All Seasons, Wrapped In Rice Paper

It all started several months ago, when I was fishing around for something not-too-unhealthy for lunch. Spring was over — […]

Investigation Dims GOP’s Hopes For Holding On To House Seat In Fla.

Democrats in Florida think they have a chance in November to take back some congressional seats now held by Republicans. […]

A Broadway Mystery Worthy Of ‘Rebecca’

There’s a new mystery on Broadway — one about the musical Rebecca, based on the Daphne du Maurier novel. You […]

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