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FDA Warns About Fake Avastin In US

The Food and Drug Administration says counterfeit Avastin, a costly drug cancer drug, has made its way to doctors in […]

More Than Melancholy: ‘In-Flight’ Stories Soar

The Brits: You’ve got to hand it to them. The Empire may be long gone, but they still reign supreme […]

Asian-Americans: Why Can’t We Get Cast In NYC?

Once upon a time, Asian-American artists would have taken their anger to the streets. That’s what happened in 1990, when […]

American-Born ‘Linderella’ Is The Pride Of China

How do you say “Linsanity” in Chinese? Lin Shuhao feng. And how do you quantify it? Jeremy Lin has more […]

Auto Dependability Hits 22-Year High In New Study

Toyota and Ford won the most awards in the J.D. Power and Associates 2012 U.S. Vehicle Dependability Study, which came […]

Nathan Englander: Assimilating Thoughts Into Stories

The stories in Nathan Englander’s new collection are based largely on his experiences growing up as a modern Orthodox Jew […]

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Fiction and nonfiction releases from Patrick Dewitt, Betty White, Andrew Ferguson and George Dohrmann. [Copyright 2012 National Public Radio]

Why America Pursues More Perfect Politics

Americans are obsessed with perfection. We implement zero-tolerance policies in our schools and businesses. We improve on the atomic clock […]

Does Contraception Really Pay For Itself?

Last week, President Barack Obama announced that religious groups won’t have to pay for contraceptive services themselves. Instead, the cost […]

As Wars Wind Down, What Are U.S. Security Needs?

U.S. troops have already left Iraq, the war in Afghanistan is winding down, and there hasn’t been a major terrorist […]

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