Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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N.J. Braces For Future Disasters By Fleeing, And Fortifying, The Coast
Federal funds are supporting two different disaster-prevention approaches — coastal retreat, or people leaving flood zones, and coastal defense, or building infrastructure to protect at-risk areas.
In 'Transparent,' A 70-Year-Old Divorced Dad Becomes A Woman
The new drama, which launches Friday on Amazon Prime, stars Jeffrey Tambor as a transgender woman coming out to her three grown kids. Tambor acts the role without any hint of cheap humor.
British Coalminers Strike With A Gay Coalition In 'Pride,' A Crowd-Pleaser
The film is based on a true story about the '80s strike Margaret Thatcher vowed to break. It's full of the Britain's best actors, and nearly every line makes you cackle or puts a lump in your throat.
What's Mittens Thinking? Make 'Sense' Of Your Pet's Behavior
Animal behaviorist John Bradshaw's books Cat Sense and Dog Sense detail what cat and dog owners should expect from their animals. Cat Sense originally aired Sept. 5, 2013. Dog Sense originally aired May 26, 2011.
Navajo Court May Disqualify Presidential Candidate Over Language Credential
Candidates are required to speak Navajo fluently. But one of the two candidates who won the primary doesn't. He says he's a product of cultural destruction.
Domestic Violence Is Now The Central Sports Story, ESPN Reporter Says
The number of women who report on the NFL is relatively small, especially on TV— but their voices have gotten louder since the Ray Rice story broke. Perhaps none more so than ESPN's Jane McManus.
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