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Frédéric Yonnet: Don’t Underestimate The Harmonica

When it comes to the harmonica, some people may think of honky-tonks, country music and the blues. But Frédéric Yonnet […]

Congressman Calls For Hearing On Google Street View Data Collection

Google may be facing new investigations into its Street View program, which collected 600 gigabytes of personal data including e-mails, […]

Energy Drinks Can Take Teeth On An Irreversible Acid Trip

Drinks with a lot of sugar will rot your teeth, right? That’s the conventional wisdom. But what about the acid? […]

It’s Kentucky Derby Weekend: Name Your Hypothetical Horse

I am guessing that the majority of you do not own thoroughbred horses. In fact, that is the underlying assumption […]

‘Almost Invisible’: New Poems From Mark Strand

American poetry’s recognition of the prosaicness — if not profanity — of our age and culture takes many forms. Poets […]

‘Newlyweds’: A Big, Fat Cross-Cultural Marriage

American literature is rich with books that illuminate our culture from an immigrant’s fresh perspective. The most powerful tend to […]

Angry Greek Voters May Lash Out In Sunday’s Polls

Greeks go to the polls Sunday in a climate of intense voter anger at politicians whom they blame for turning […]

Chinese Activist Wants To Leave With Clinton; U.S. Diplomats Back In Touch

The fate of Chinese legal activist Chen Guangcheng remains uncertain one day after he left the U.S. embassy in Beijing. […]

Chen: I Didn’t ‘Understand What Was Happening’

The Chinese activist who left the U.S. Embassy but then had a change of heart tells NPR from his hospital […]

Coming Up: Bin Laden Documents To Go Online

Reminder: At 9 a.m. ET, West Point’s Combating Terrorism Center is scheduled to post online “a number of documents” from […]

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