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In This 'Alphabet,' 'O' Is For Helpful Owl And 'C' Is For Escapist Cup
From a cup who dreams of a window seat to a problem-solving owl, Oliver Jeffers' new picture book, Once Upon an Alphabet, gives each letter its own story.
Book Review: 'J'
A review of J by Howard Jacobson.
In Dallas, Many Lessons Learned From First Ebola Case
When the second patient was diagnosed, health officials quickly reacted with reverse 911 calls, door-to-door distribution of Ebola fact sheets and quicker decontamination processes.
Krugman: Obama More Transformative Than Clinton, Reagan
Robert Siegel talks with economist Paul Krugman about his Rolling Stone feature, "In Defense of Obama." He says Obama is one of the most consequential and successful presidents in American history.
Many GOP Candidates Not Commenting On Gay Marriage Wave
Robert Siegel talks with Washington Post political correspondent, Karen Tumulty, about the role gay marriage is playing as an issue in the 2014 elections — especially for Republicans.
In Film, Women's Stories Break Through At Fall Festivals
Study after study reveals that women remain underrepresented in film, both on screen and off. But film festivals can play a role in closing the gap.
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