Author and Veteran Kevin Powers, 40 Years Later: The Watergate Hearings, "Arrested Development" Returns

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Monday, May 27, 2013

40 Years Later: The Watergate Hearings | The Return of "Arrested Development" | The Post-Sandy Recovery of New York and New Jersey's Coastlines | Author and Veteran Kevin Powers Reflects on Memorial Day | Have the Boy Scouts Gone Far Enough? | Intense Rioting and Unrest in Sweden | A Plaza Towers Elementary School Teacher on Moving Forward

A Plaza Towers Elementary School Teacher on Moving Forward

One week ago today, a massive tornado tore through the Oklahoma City suburb of Moore, killing 24 people, including seven children who died at Plaza Towers Elementary School. The torna...

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The Post-Sandy Recovery of New York and New Jersey's Coastlines

Memorial Day is the official start of summer for most Americans, the time when people on the coasts and inland start heading to the beach for a break. But this year the usual New Yo...

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40 Years Later: The Watergate Hearings

Republicans kept up the pressure on the Obama administration this weekend by calling for a special independent counsel to investigate the Justice Department's monitoring of journalist...

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Intense Rioting and Unrest in Sweden

The usually peaceful Swedish capital of Stockholm has seen a week of intense rioting and unrest. Over the past week, rioters have set cars and schools on fire. Marcus Brixskiöld, an e...

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The Return of 'Arrested Development'

It’s been seven long years - seven of the longest - for fans of the TV series with the ultimate cult following: Arrested Development. Yesterday, 15 new episodes were released exclusiv...

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Have the Boy Scouts Gone Far Enough?

Last week, the Boy Scouts of America voted to lift the ban on gay members, but not gay adult leaders. New York State Senator Brad Hoylman is an openly gay former Eagle Scout and paren...

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Author and Veteran Kevin Powers Reflects on Memorial Day

From Erich Maria Remarque's "All Quiet on the Western Front" to Tim O'Brien's "The Things They Carried," the combat novel takes its readers right into the action, into the horrors of ...

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