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Struggling Families Lift Themselves Out Of Poverty

It’s been almost 50 years since President Lyndon Johnson declared a “War on Poverty.” But today, the poverty rate in […]

Texas Voter ID Law Now In Hands Of Three-Judge Panel

The fate of Texas’ new voter ID law is now up to a three-judge federal panel in Washington, D.C. Lawyers […]

Washington, D.C. Comes to OK

Congressman James Lankford invited members of his House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform to a special meeting in Edmond at the University of Central Oklahoma.

Electric Fans May Do More Harm Than Good In A Heat Wave

Assuming you can’t spend a heat wave bobbing up and down in some cool body of water, the next best […]

Al-Qaida: Now Vying For Hearts, Minds And Land

Al-Qaida has been subtly testing a new strategy. In the past couple of years, the group’s affiliates have been trying […]

Federal Mine Agency Considering Tougher Response On Black Lung

NPR and the Center for Public Integrity (CPI) have learned that the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) and the […]

An Olympic-Sized Outrage Grows Over French Fry Sales At The Games

When McDonald’s cut a deal to make itself the exclusive purveyor of french fries and the similar (but please don’t […]

When A Daughter Self-Harms

The book Embodied Resistance looked irresistible. I often write about gender issues and the chapter headings in this book grabbed […]

Generic Drugs Make Dent In Global AIDS Pandemic

In the absence of a cure or vaccine for HIV/AIDS, drug treatment has at least helped lower the pandemic’s toll. […]

Cheney: If There’s Another Sept. 11, I Want Romney In The Oval Office

Former Vice President Dick Cheney at a Wyoming fundraiser he hosted Thursday for Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney (via MSNBC’s […]

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