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Amid Political Dysfunction, Beirut Residents Suffer The Stench Of Garbage
Beirut's streets are piled with two weeks' worth of uncollected trash. To many Lebanese, it's no surprise. The country has been without a president for more than a year.
Many Colleges Have Armed Police Squads, But Are They Worth The Risk?
A University of Cincinnati officer faces murder charges for the traffic stop death of Samuel DuBose, and now critics are questioning the growing trend of giving campus cops weapons.
A Path From 'Blackout' Drunkenness To Sobriety And Self-Acceptance
Writer Sarah Hepola once got so drunk before giving a presentation to 300 people that she didn't remember it the next day. In Blackout, her memoir, Hepola wrestles with her reasons for drinking.
'The End of the Tour' Offers A Hint Of David Foster Wallace's Inner Struggle
A new film revisits a five-day interview that took place between writer David Foster Wallace and a reporter for Rolling Stone in 1996. Critic David Edelstein calls it a "very good movie."
Testimony: Parents Surprised Their Son Was Aurora Theater Gunman
The parents of convicted shooter James Holmes took the stand in the sentencing phase of the trial. They told the Colorado jury that their son is mentally ill and should not receive the death penalty.
Vacationing Family Finds Treasure Off Florida's Coast
The Schmitts uncovered 52 gold coins worth more than $1 million, believed to have been lost 300 years ago when a fleet of Spanish ships sank during a hurricane along Florida's coast.
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