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'Displacement': The Frustrations, Fears And Absurdities Of A Cruise Upended
When Lucy Knisley agreed to go on a Caribbean cruise with her grandparents, she didn't know she'd spend 10 days basically keeping them alive. She writes about it in her new cartoon memoir.
'Louie' Hits Its Mark While 'The Comedians' Hasn't Yet Fully Succeeded
Louis C.K.'s comedy and the new mockumentary The Comedians start Thursday on the FX cable network. Both are unusual and ambitious, says critic David Bianculli, but only one hits the ground running.
Science Sticks Its Neck Out For Brontosaurus
A new study suggests that the long-defunct Brontosaurus should be back on the books. Steve Inskeep and Renee Montagne explain.
Fight For Water Heats Up In Desert Southwest
In New Mexico, there's a battle over the Gila River. The state has decided to divert the river and capture the water for later use. Critics say the move will be too costly and environmentally harmful.
S.C. Police Officer Charged With Murder After Shooting Man In Back
A white police officer who shot and killed a black man after a weekend traffic stop was charged with murder in North Charleston, S.C., Tuesday. Officials said a video played a role in the decision.
Historic Ferguson Election Adds More African-Americans To City Council
The unusually high-profile election, was the first big election since one of the city's former white police officers shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown, an unarmed African-American man.
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