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Residents Fight To Keep Coney Island's Boardwalk Wooden
Decades of wear and tear and damage from Hurricane Sandy have taken it's toll on the boardwalk. New York's Parks Department wants to refurbish the boards with plastic composite and concrete.
Director Julie Taymor Steers A 'Grounded' Portrait Of A Drone Pilot
The political, one-woman play starring Anne Hathaway seems to be the opposite of what Taymor — the creative force behind Broadway's The Lion King and Spider-Man musical — is known for.
Louis C.K. On Life And Stand-Up: 'I Live In Service For My Kids'
The star of the FX series Louie talks about the pain of his first-ever open mic experience and the "massive gift" of taking care of others before himself.
Effective Hiring Can Help Police Departments Build Community Trust
Baltimore is the latest city confronted with the question of how to build trust between a community and police. Renee Montagne talks to Maria Haberfeld of the John Jay College of Criminal Justice.
Geologists Warned That Huge Quake Could Strike The Himalayas
The earthquake that struck Nepal over the weekend was hardly a surprise. Geologists have known for decades that tectonic plates underneath Nepal were capable of creating a devastating earthquake.
Prosecution To Begin Calling Witnesses In Colorado Shooting Trial
The Aurora theater shooting trail continues Tuesday with witnesses for the prosecution. Jurors heard lengthy opening statements on Monday with both the prosecution and defense outlining their cases.
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