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A light comedy from France has echoes of the heated debate in Wisconsin over collective bargaining.
A bill in the Georgia legislature would reduce taxes on corporations to generate jobs but make up for the lost revenue in part by taxing nonprofit fundraising efforts, like Girl Scout cookie sales.
A teenager provides moments of grace during his mother's long struggle with cancer.
Officials in small British communities are using social media to publicize their services and address local problems. But technology alone won't create change -- volunteerism must flourish too.
The gruff newspaper editor from the 1970s TV show would curse today's digital media. But he'd hunker down, learn it, and spend his day on the heart of all good journalism -- story-telling.
Here's what self-defense expert Melissa Soalt says female journalists need to have: The mindset of a Marine, the heart of a lioness, and the knowledge of a security director.
In the summer of 2009, a Harvard professor was arrested for breaking into his own house. The incident sparked a national discussion of race in America -- a discussion that's far from finished.
With the 2012 elections in mind, several groups see an opportunity in the upcoming redistricting and are gearing up to recruit and train women candidates.
I have a fondness for the current generation of hackers -- inveterate snoops and mostly harmless believers in open access, driven by a commitment to transparency and a subtle addiction to cyber safe-cracking.
The exercise in democracy, happening in more than 1,200 cities around the world, lets ordinary people directly decide how a portion of their municipal budget is spent.
The field of conservative 2012 presidential hopefuls is crowded. To stay in the game, Palin may have to split from the GOP and go rogue. It wouldn't be the first time.
High school was not a happy time for me, and I don't blame people for disliking who I was. But 40 years have passed, and I'm not the same person. I like my life now.
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