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Cheney: I Urged Bush To Bomb Syria

“Former Vice President Dick Cheney says in a new memoir that he urged President George W. Bush to bomb a […]

‘Train Dreams’ Evokes Frontier Life, Fate And Death

Think of the spare straight lines of a Grant Wood engraving. Denis Johnson’s striking new short novel about life, fate […]

Steve Jobs And The Cultural Apple

When Steve Jobs stepped down from his position as CEO of Apple yesterday, he handed the reins immediately to chief […]

The Hunt For Gadhafi Intensifies In Libya

Libyan rebels stepped up the hunt for Moammar Gadhafi by offering a $2 million bounty on the former dictator’s head, […]

As Apple’s Steve Jobs Steps Down, Tim Cook Steps Up

The news last night that Apple Inc. co-founder and visionary Steve Jobs is giving up his post at CEO naturally […]

Oklahoma Works to Increase College Graduation Rates

A town hall at Oklahoma State University highlighted the good and bad of Oklahoma’s educational system, and what needs to happen in the future.

Better A You Than Me: Scientists Sicken Mosquitoes To Stop Dengue

Scientists in Australia are using a bacterium to try to stop a deadly virus in its tracks. The dengue virus […]

Puerto Rican Governor Faces Opposition To Pipeline

If you think your monthly electric bills are high, be thankful you don’t live in Puerto Rico. An island where […]

Grizzlies Test Products To Keep Out The Average Bear

Last summer marked an all-time high for human-bear conflicts in Yellowstone. The number of grizzly bears there has tripled since […]

Mosquito Research Feels Bite Of Budget Cuts

State laboratories around the country are testing mosquitoes to warn people about the presence of the West Nile virus, but […]

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