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For Ai Weiwei, Politics And Arts Always Mix

Last week, a Chinese court rejected artist Ai Weiwei’s lawsuit against the tax bureau that had imposed a massive fine […]

Changing The Image Of AIDS

Photographer David Binder began documenting stories about AIDS in the late 1980s and became well-known for humanizing the epidemic for […]

Massive Ice Melt In Greenland Worries Scientists

A pair of NASA satellite images taken just four days apart tells a potentially worrying story of melting ice in […]

‘Truly Ironic’: Sandy Weill Says Big Banks Should Be Split Up

Sandy I. Weill, the former Citigroup CEO who helped usher in the era of super banks, said during an interview […]

Meat Producers And, Ultimately, Consumers Hurt By Drought

Despite headlines about the crushing drought that’s afflicting much of the country’s prime agricultural land, the USDA isn’t expecting any […]

As Pain Pills Change, Abusers Move To New Drugs

To the uninitiated, Austin, Ind., doesn’t look like a town under siege. In the maze of back roads off the […]

Your Subsidy Is My Incentive

We’ve taken a look at government spending in a few different ways lately, including the posts 50 Years Of Government […]

Athletes And The Foods They Eat: Don’t Try This At Home

Olympic athletes are different from you and me. For instance, they’re among the most highly trained and well-muscled people on […]

Fencer Mariel Zagunis Will Carry U.S. Flag In Opening Ceremony

Mariel Zagunis, the two-time gold medalist in sabre, has been named the U.S. flagbearer for Friday’s Opening Ceremony of the […]

Gasbags To Honey Bugs: Baseball’s Nutty Team Names

In 1911, the Missouri State League baseball team in Kirksville — home of the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine — […]

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