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08/21/2013 10:33:42 AM PDT This isn't your average summer movie crowd. It's not just that they are largely African-American, skin in all the shades of buttermilk, caramel and creamless coffee that we call "black."
EDT , August 21, 2013 You may think Casey Anthony is old news, but don't tell that to two Los Angeles-based producers who are interested in buying her story. "She's a mystery to me...You may have seen our story about the producers' offers to Anthony .
It's a warm summer night in Longmont, Colorado, a vibrant midsized city in t he Rocky Mountains. On a dare, six young men aged between ten and thirteen years plan to break into a giant chemical processing plant. High levels of alcohol and
Y our mind, a clear mountain stream running burbling through the rocks. Until Pepsi stands up, unzips its billion-dollar ad budget, and takes a leak, staining it forever brown. Your brain, a verdant old-growth forest, until it dies the death of a
Among these are the great recession, student debt, income inequality, laissez-faire economics, Occupy-style activism, the war on terror, as well as art's often ambivalent or, alternately, concupiscent responses to all this and more...Whether you
A new issue of the European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy is out...Uriah Kriegel (JNI): The Epistemological Challenge of Revisionary Metaphysics . Though it is common to lament the shortcomings of reading an important work in any
General Patton once said, If everyone is thinking alike, then somebody isn't thinking. However despite the widely accepted recognition that groupthink is lethal and diversity of thought is crucial, too few people are willing to push back on the
I read an article once that argued there were two types of people in the world those who were oriented towards the future while others gave the past more importance...I find historical fiction much more interesting than science fiction because we can
Ronen Zvulun / Reuters An El Al passenger plane set to take off for New York City returned to the gate at Ben-Gurion Airport to pick up an 11-year-old cancer patient, whose missing passport was found after she was forced off the flight.
Canada's top judge is questioning if fairness and accuracy will become casualties of social media. Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin says the justice system must get a firm grip on its relationship with social media. video The Canadian Press Video A