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Haitian Boy Rescued At Sea, Now A Coast Guard Grad

Orlando Morel was rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard when he was a 6-year-old Haitian refugee in the waters off […]

Activist Chen May Soon Have Passport, Be Able To Leave China

Legal activist Chen Guangcheng has reportedly finished submitting applications to Chinese authorities and has been told that he and his […]

As Feared, JPMorgan’s Losses Are Growing; Reportedly At $3 Billion

The word on Monday that JPMorgan Chase’s losses from risky trades that went wrong could climb from $2 billion to […]

Minorities Are Now Majority Of U.S. Births, Census Says

“For the first time, racial and ethnic minorities make up more than half the children born in the U.S,” The […]

Alaska Targets An Old Foe: Tuberculosis

Dr. Michael Cooper cringes when he thinks about the time he was a family practice doctor working in Kotzebue, Alaska. […]

A Museum Visit For Art Lovers With Alzheimer’s

Many art lovers feel completely in the moment when they stroll through the galleries of a museum. That feeling was […]

Fracking’s Methane Trail: A Detective Story

There are a lot of cheerleaders for the nation’s natural gas boom — in part because they believe it’s a […]

Afghan Justice: A Brief Trial, A Lengthy Sentence

Handcuffed and wearing dark blue traditional clothes, the Afghan defendant enters the newly renovated court in the capital of Kunar […]

‘Dire Consequences’ If Greece Exits Euro

Euros are being drained out of Greek banks at the rate of up to $1 billion a day this week. […]

Not Your Cold War NATO: Alliance To Examine Itself

This weekend, about 60 heads of state and government, and thousands of others will descend on Chicago to attend a […]

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