Early Learning and the Bottom Line
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Activists Aim To Expand Reach Of Black Lives Matter Movement
Members want to move beyond the protest hash tag. They met over the weekend in Cleveland with other advocacy groups to talk about how to push for real change in police departments and beyond.
Major Flaw In Android Phones Would Let Hackers In With Just A Text
A security gap on the world's most popular smartphone operating system was discovered by security experts in a lab and is so far not widely exploited. The malicious code would take over instantly.
Florida Man Wins Hemingway Look-A-Like Contest
At the contest in Key West, Fla., Charlie Boice's beard was white enough, and on the 15th try, he won. He beat a field that included the husband of celebrity cook Paula Deen.
Free Speech Lawsuit Centers On Health Warnings On Soda
San Francisco requires health warnings on soda. The American Beverage Association sued — contending a warning label violates the First Amendment by interfering with the "free market of ideas."
On Its New Album, Bomba Estereo Is 'Watching The World' From Colombia
After a decade of music, the electro-cumbia band from Bogotá is expanding its vision. Simón Mejía discusses the group's major-label debut, Amanecer.
How One Photographer Captured A Piercing Gaze That Shook The World
In 1984, Steve McCurry was in Pakistan covering a refugee crisis for National Geographic. Captivated by a young girl's eyes, he clicked the shutter — and took one of the magazine's most iconic photos.
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