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Amy Poehler: Playing Politics, But Only On Television

Amy Poehler joined Saturday Night Live in 2001 — a time, she says, when no one was really sure comedy […]

Behind the Scenes With Amy Poehler: From Pawnee to The White House

On NBC’s Parks and Recreation, Amy Poehler plays a deputy parks director who dreams of one day working her way […]

The Informal Media Team Behind Occupy Wall Street

Protesters are not only occupying Lower Manhattan’s Zuccotti Park; they’re also occupying Twitter and other social media sites like Livestream, […]

Amish Reel From Bizarre Beard-Cutting Attacks

On the night of Oct. 4, Myron and Arlene Miller were asleep in their home in Mechanicstown, Ohio, when they […]

To Curb Abortions, Opponents Focus On The ‘Supply-Side’

States enacted a record number of abortion restrictions in the first half of 2011, many of them requiring 24-hour waiting […]

Abbott Unveils Breakup, Plans To Settle Alleged Marketing Misdeeds

Abbott Labs is splitting up. The diversified maker of medical products will become two companies: one focused on brand-name prescription […]

Heart Failure Lands Fewer Seniors In Hospital

Which illness puts more elderly people in the hospital than any other? Heart failure, a serious impairment of blood-pumping power. […]

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At 105, Celebrated Chinese Linguist Now A Dissident

Zhou Youguang should be a Chinese hero after making what some call the world’s most important linguistic innovation: He invented […]

In Syria, Can The President Outlast The Protesters?

Syria’s President Bashar Assad has survived an uprising that’s now in its eighth month and he shows no signs of […]

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