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Good News for Gluttons

Not planning on dieting this holiday season? Our planet’s climate thanks you.

Frack Baby Frack

Fracking hasn’t found much success outside of the U.S., but don’t expect that to last.

Education Gets Smart

Washington, DC gets in on the act, seeking to improve its high school dropout rates. Bravo!

Frack Attack

While greens applauded Cuomo’s decision to ban fracking, many are concerned that the state is losing a crucial economic opportunity.


The state of historic Presidents is in deep financial trouble. A new study about state corruption doesn’t inspire confidence in its ability to recover.

The Persecution Rests

Alexei Navalny, the polarizing anti-corruption activist and opponent of Vladimir Putin, is being charged with corruption. He may not be as admirable as Westerners think, but don’t count on a fair trial.

Podcast Puts the Justice System on Trial
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Andrew Bernard
NPR's hit podcast "Serial," an intensely voyeuristic look into the murder of a teenage girl, is also a provocative examination of justice in America.
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