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Plan For Cuban Ballet School A Dance Of Art, Politics

A radical proposal to restore one of Cuba’s most important architectural landmarks is rekindling a 50-year-old controversy. At the center […]

Forget The Heels: What It Takes To Be Miss Navajo

The Miss Navajo contest is not your typical beauty pageant. Instead of swimsuits and high heels, you get turquoise and […]

As Election Nears, Keeping Donors A Secret Is Trickier

Some of the groups running ads this election season haven’t been required to disclose their donors. But as Election Day […]

Looking To ‘Future,’ Ga. Schools Require Mandarin

Public schools in Macon, Ga., and surrounding Bibb County have a lot of problems. Most of the 25,000 students are […]

My “scare” at the health clinic

The embarrassing face mask I had to wear at the clinic. Last month I had a bit of a sore […]

What’s your experience with veterans’ disability claims?

Members of the U.S. military returning home from combat with illnesses or disabilities are joining a growing line of veterans […]

Convention dispatches: Former teacher says education is key to U.S. prosperity

CHARLOTTE – Former teacher April Morton sees education as the solution to most of America’s economic, social and political problems. […]

“Treasurer Cites Mixed Bag On Revenue Numbers”

“Gross collections for August are almost 3 percent below August of last year,” Miller said. “Collections on oil and natural […]

McClendon Breaks His Silence, Confirms Chesapeake Plan to Sell Assets

Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon spoke at a Barclays Plc-sponsored energy meeting in New York on Thursday. It’s the first time […]

Paralympians ‘Dream, Drive, Do’ In London

Team USA wheelchair sprinter Anjali Forber-Pratt may have won two bronze medals at the Beijing Paralympics, but she told NPR’s […]

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