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11 Takeaways From Zuckerberg’s First Interview Since Facebook’s IPO

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg gave his first public interview after his tech company’s rocky IPO and the disappointing stock performance […]

Racial, Regional Divide Still Haunt Detroit’s Progress

For many years — perhaps even decades — Detroit has been the poster child for economic malaise. Adjusting for inflation, […]

How Oregon’s Prized Pinot Noir Grapes Will Take The Heat Of Climate Change

Some grapes like it hot. But for growers of Pinot Noir, mild summers tempered by chilly nights and fresh ocean […]

Chicago Teachers’ Strike Forces Obama To Steer Carefully Between Two Allies

Getting caught in a fight between two important allies is not where a president locked in a tight re-election race […]

Subdued Reflection On Sept. 11 Anniversary

On the morning of the eleventh anniversary of the World Trade Center terror attacks, the sound of bagpipes pierced the […]

Can Counseling Complicate Your Security Clearance?

Jennifer Norris was a devoted member of the Maine National Guard. “I was ecstatic. I absolutely loved serving in the […]

Top Stories: Sept. 11 Ceremonies; Chicago Teachers Strike Continues

Good morning, here are our early stories: Lower-Key Ceremonies For This Year’s Sept. 11 Commemoration Chicago Classrooms Empty For Second […]

Vietnam To Sept. 11: A Daughter’s Lessons

Laurel Dalrymple is an editor at NPR.org. Duty — Honor — Country. Those three hallowed words reverently dictate what you […]

Why Heavy Teens May Eat Less But Weigh More Than Their Thinner Peers

It may be more important than we thought to tackle obesity in childhood. A new study published in Pediatrics finds […]

In Chicago, ‘Perfect Storm’ Led To Teachers’ Strike

It was a major accomplishment in Chicago that teachers who used to walk out frequently had, for the past 25 […]

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