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Clash In Nashville: A Property Battle On Music Row Draws A Crowd
After decades hosting country greats, RCA Studio A is in jeopardy — and there are local music titans on both sides of the fight.
On Calif. Cattle Ranch, Students Wrangle With Meaning Of Manhood
Deep Springs College is an all-male school — and a working ranch. It sounds very macho, but the increasingly diverse student body says being a man is all about questioning the meaning of masculinity.
Obama Stumps In Colorado, With Women's Vote As Backdrop
In a state that hosts one of the nation's closest Senate races, the president spoke about the women's issues that could turn the election. But Sen. Mark Udall opted not to appear alongside Obama.
For Kids In Immigration Court, Legal Counsel Is Catch-As-Catch-Can
Advocacy groups have sued the federal government for not providing lawyers to children in deportation proceedings. Unlike criminal courts, these courts don't provide representation for defendants.
'The Strain' And 'Extant' Play On Fears Of Forces Out Of Our Control
This week, two new TV series begin in the threats-from-nowhere genre: Extant on CBS and The Strain on FX. The better of the two, The Strain, about a disease outbreak, is effectively creepy.
Biologist Says Promoting Diversity Is Key To 'Keeping The Bees'
Laurence Packer says humans need to appreciate both domestic bees and the some 20,000 species of wild bees. His book Keeping The Bees explores all types, including some that feed on tears.
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