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Severe Weather in North Texas  April 4, 2012
An SUV sits next to a damaged home in Forney.

What did you see during yesterday’s severe weather and how is the area coping with the damage?

The Worldwide Struggle For Internet Freedom  April 3, 2012
Rebecca MacKinnon

Should the Internet support and empower individuals and human rights or should it exist primarily as an avenue for commerce?

The New Majority of Female Breadwinners  April 3, 2012
Liza Mundy

What’s changing the gender and earning dynamics in the home and at the office?

A Century of Writing About Climate Change  April 2, 2012
billmckibben

How is our accelerating use of the planet’s resources permanently altering the environment?

Visions of a Cashless Society  April 2, 2012
David_Wolman

What does the future hold for paper money and coins? Is a cashless society in our future?

The Life and Music of James Brown  March 29, 2012
theonecover

Who was James Brown before he became the “Godfather of Soul” and the “hardest working man in show business?”

Stories from the Front Lines of China’s Great Urban Migration  March 29, 2012
michelle-loyalka

What motivates over 200 million people to move to China’s cities each year and who are the individuals behind this staggering annual internal Chinese migration?

A History of the FBI  March 28, 2012
enemiesHistFBI

What is the primary role of the Federal Bureau of Investigation today and how did the FBI evolve from America’s gang-busters to the most formidable intelligence-gathering force in history?

Encounters at the World’s Cultural Frontiers  March 28, 2012
Ragged Edge

Where does the modern world meet and often clash with traditional human and wilderness societies and what does the future hold for the people who live in those places?

From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail  March 27, 2012
Cheryl Strayed

What are the benefits of simply taking a hike? What about when the hike lasts for months and extends for hundreds and hundreds of miles?

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