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Romney Aide’s Etch A Sketch Gaffe Won’t Be Easily Erased

Etch A Sketch. Those three little words may become more of a bane to Mitt Romney’s campaign than, say, Bain […]

Vanderbilt Rule Rankles Faith-Based Student Groups

Administrators at Vanderbilt University are beginning to enforce a long-held nondiscrimination policy for student groups. The policy is forcing a […]

Kitchen Calamity? Now You Can Tweet For Help

Troubled when your crème won’t brulee at 3 a.m.? Food52 Hotline can help. The 24-hour, cooking advice Twitter feed is […]

What Fans Will Love, And What They Might Not, In ‘The Hunger Games’

The Hunger Games opens tonight after massive amounts of promotion, having already sold out more than 2,000 shows, according to […]

Shooting Renews Debate On Vigilance Vs. Action

Neighborhood watch programs have long been the eyes and ears of local law enforcement, keeping tabs on suspicious behavior. But […]

What Your Gynecologist Doesn’t Know About Your Sex Life, But Really Should

If your OB-GYN doesn’t ask you about your sex life, who will? That’s the question that comes to mind on […]

Bloomberg And Allen Boost Their Health Giving

A couple of really rich guys have decided to give even more money to health causes they care about deeply. […]

Acting Trumps Action In A ‘Games’ Without Horror

Suzanne Collins’ novel The Hunger Games and its two sequels are smashingly well written and morally problematic. They’re set in […]

The Man Behind The Defense Of Obama’s Health Law

At 54, Don Verrilli, stands tall and calm in the Supreme Court chamber, his salt and pepper mustache the only […]

Medicare Board Draws Fire Before It Even Meets

IPAB sounds like a new Apple product, but it’s actually a controversial board that is at the heart of House […]

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