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Wednesday, August 07, 2013

Peter Sarsgaard and Amanda Seyfried in "Lovelace."

Drones in Yemen: A Scene from Ground Level | The Lingering Stress of War for Military Families | New Cups & Straws Detect Date Rape Drugs | Will Amazon's Bezos Transform the Newspaper Industry? | The Directors of "Lovelace" on America's First Porn Star | Can Fast Food Fight Obesity?

Drones in Yemen: A Scene from Ground Level

On Tuesday, the State Department advised all Americans in Yemen to leave the country because of "the continued potential for terrorist attacks." Yalda Hakim, a BBC World News correspo...

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The Lingering Stress of War for Military Families

The stress of war lingers not just with our veterans but with their families as well. Take Vivian Greentree, Director of Research and Policy for Blue Star Families, for example. Vivia...

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New Cups & Straws Detect Date Rape Drugs

Date rape drugs are still showing up in bars, restaurants, at parties, and on college campuses, rendering victims physically helpless and unable to remember what happened to them. Aft...

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Will Amazon's Bezos Transform the Newspaper Industry?

Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos purchased The Washington Post this week for $250 million. There is speculation that Bezos has big plans for revamping the paper, which has suffered a 44 percen...

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The Directors of "Lovelace" on America's First Porn Star

As America’s first real porn superstar, Linda Lovelace was both celebrated as a symbol of sexual liberation and derided for participating in the objectification of women. Despite her ...

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Can Fast Food Fight Obesity?

Fast food has its fair share of critics who say that the processed foods served by chain restaurants are responsible for the obesity epidemic in this country. But in this month’s cove...

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