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Living Small In The City: With More Singles, Micro-Housing Gets Big
Single people represent the fastest growing category of households in the U.S. That's made small dwellings — from micro-apartments to stand-alone tiny houses, a niche force in the real estate market.
Families Of Sept. 11 Victims Watch Guantanamo Hearings With Mixed Feelings
Five men are charged with planning the Sept. 11 attacks. When they appear for proceedings in Guantanamo Bay, people who lost loved ones that day are flown down to the courtroom to bear witness.
From Naked Mole Rats To Dog Testicles: A Writer Explores The Longevity Quest
"Nature knows how to let animals live a very long time," says Bill Gifford, whose latest book is Spring Chicken, a look at the history of anti-aging schemes and current ways people try to live longer.
'Battle Creek' Has The Flavor Of A TV Throwback From An Earlier Age
The new CBS show about two very mismatched investigative partners plays like a comedy. The characters are complicated and surprising, and the dialogue is crisp and quick. It's "a lot of fun to watch."
Supreme Court Rules In Favor Of Fisherman In Missing Fish Case
What's a tangible object? That question was at the crux of a case about whether a law aimed at preventing document shredding could be applied to other objects — including fish.
Dori Maynard, Journalism Diversity Advocate, Dies At 56
Dori Maynard died Tuesday after a battle with lung cancer. Since 2001, she headed the Robert C. Maynard Institute for Journalism Education, which was founded by her father in 1977.
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