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Online Therapy Helps Teens Recover From Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Give some teenagers access to the Internet, and they’ll feel better. That’s the conclusion of a new study that found […]

Thursday Political Grab Bag: Obama To Call For Ending Oil Firm Tax Breaks

With Republicans blaming his energy policies for higher gas prices and rising fears that U.S. gas prices could hit an […]

Why We Fight: The Psychology Of Political Differences

Americans, it seems, have never been more polarized about religion and politics. With minds made up and combat-ready, we have […]

Shoot Now, Focus Later: A Little Camera To Change The Game

Just when you thought you had the latest in camera technology, along comes something new and shiny and … rectangular. […]

Officials Look For Signs Of Al-Qaida Surge In Syria

U.S. intelligence officials tracking the situation in Syria have their eye on one group in particular: al-Qaida’s affiliate in Iraq. […]

For India’s Undocumented Citizens, An ID At Last

Some 50,000 babies are born each month in India. The total population is 1.2 billion and climbing. That’s a lot […]

In Mock Village, A New Afghan Mission Takes Shape

At the Fort Polk military base in the pine forests of central Louisiana, the Army has created a miniature version […]

State Of GOP Race: No Momentum For Candidates

In the Michigan Republican primary Tuesday, Mitt Romney had a near-death experience, but he squeaked out a narrow victory over […]

To Get Kids To Class, LA Softens Its Hard Line

Los Angeles is easing its stance on truancy. For the past decade, a tough city ordinance slapped huge fines on […]

‘Carrie’ Creators Resurrect A Legendary Flop

Broadway history is littered with flop musicals — but if some shows are bombs, then Carrie, based on Stephen King’s […]

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