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In France's Muslim Community, Stories Of Heroism, And Some Fear
Muslims were among the first people at the scene of last week's attacks in Paris. An employee of the kosher supermarket saved hostages, and a policeman died responding to the Charlie Hebdo shootings.
An Exhibit Offers A Different Angle On Life In Public Housing
An exhibit in Brooklyn aims to upend stereotypes about public housing by profiling residents and their achievements. The curators know their subject well; they once lived in public housing themselves.
Minifasting: How Occasionally Skipping Meals May Boost Health
If your New Year's resolutions to eat better haven't panned out yet, consider intermittent fasting. It's gaining traction among dieters and researchers for its benefits beyond just weight loss.
The Story Behind '40 Acres And A Mule'
As the Civil War was winding down 150 years ago, Union leaders asked their men how they could help the thousands of newly freed slaves.
Why OCD Is 'Miserable': A Science Reporter's Obsession With Contracting HIV
David Adam has had obsessive-compulsive disorder for 20 years. In The Man Who Couldn't Stop, he chronicles his experiences — and how medical understanding and treatment of OCD have changed over time.
Ty Segall Goes 3-D On 'Mr. Face'
Ty Segall's new EP comes on two 7-inch discs that double as a pair of 3-D glasses.
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