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In 'The Evil Hours,' A Journalist Shares His Struggle With PTSD
While embedded with troops in Iraq, David Morris almost died when a Humvee he was riding in ran over a roadside bomb. His book explores the history and science of post-traumatic stress disorder.
'The Nightly Show With Larry Wilmore' Debuts In Slot Vacated By Stephen Colbert
On Monday night, Comedy Central premiered former Daily Show correspondent Larry Wilmore's new show. While Wilmore's sarcastic comments on clips were funny, the round-table discussion didn't sparkle.
'Gateway To Freedom': Heroes, Danger And Loss On The Underground Railroad
While writing his new book, historian Eric Foner relied on a recently discovered record of slaves' escapes. He says the documents paint a "revealing picture" of life on the Underground Railroad.
IRS Budget Cuts May Make For An Unpleasant Tax Filing Season
The IRS commissioner warns that congressionally mandated budget cuts are hurting the agency's ability to crack down on tax cheats, process timely refunds and even staff its help lines.
5 Years After Citizens United, Secret Money Floods Into U.S. Politics
When the Supreme Court issued its ruling in the Citizens United case, that opened the door for secret donors to make big-dollar contributions and up spending in elections.
Georgia Pushes For An SEC Presidential Primary
Taking inspiration from college football's Southeastern Conference, Georgia's secretary of state is asking other southeastern states to join in a southern primary on March 1.
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