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Life, death, and hope in a Mumbai undercity  December 24, 2012

What’s it like in the slum settlements of Mumbai?

The Often-Interrupted History Of Afghanistan  December 20, 2012
Games Without Rules

What’s the real story of the Afghan people – their culture, dreams, and the lives they’ve lived in spite of the repeated military incursions of other countries, including the Soviet Union and the United States?

Fostering A Pedestrian-Friendly Urban World  December 20, 2012
Walkable City

How could the creation of more pedestrian-friendly urban environments help American cities thrive and grow in the 21st Century?

American Indian Activists And The Place They Made  December 19, 2012
This Indian Country

What legacy is left for Native Americans after over two hundred years of struggle for rights and status in a country largely stolen from them?

The Girl Who Fell To Earth  December 19, 2012
Sophia Al-Maria

What’s it like to grow up shuttling between two cultures?

The Story of a Marriage  December 18, 2012

What happens when a long and love-filled partnership falls apart?

The Fiscal Cliff?  December 18, 2012
image courtesy

What will really happen on January 1st if President Obama and Congress aren’t able to work out a deal to avert the so-called fiscal cliff?

Kids, Cops, And Confessions  December 17, 2012
Kids, Cops, and Confessions

What actually happens when police question juveniles and should the interrogation techniques differ from those used with adult suspects?

Astronomy In 2012  December 17, 2012
Crab Nebula (image courtesy Wikipedia)

How did astronomy make the news in 2012?

Vegan Eats  December 13, 2012
Terry Hope Romero

If you don’t eat meat and you don’t eat dairy, what is there left to eat?

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