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In Peaceful Sri Lanka, Army Holds Thousands Of Acres Seized In Civil War
Since the country's long fight against Tamil separatists ended, the economy and democracy have advanced. But for thousands of civilians displaced by war, the fight to recover their land continues.
Making Mountains Out Of Trail Markers? Cairns Spark Debate In Southwest
In recent years, the man-made piles of rocks have become steeped in controversy, with some declaring them symbols of unity and others saying they're "pointless reminders of human ego."
Need Fake Friends For Your Wedding? In S. Korea, You Can Hire Them
Baby showers, weddings, even meet-the-parent weekends don't have to include your actual loved ones, at least not in South Korea. A cottage casting industry exists to help fill your life-staging needs.
Bryce Harper Or Mike Trout: Are These Two Too Good?
Commentator Frank Deford weighs in on two of the youngest, brightest stars in professional baseball.
Do You Want To Build A Lawsuit? China Totally Copied 'Frozen,' Kid Says
A new anthem produced for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics is being attacked online as too similar to "Let It Go" from the film "Frozen." We asked a 5-year-old girl to assess the merits of the case.
Producer Billy Sherrill Brought Pop's Passion And Sheen To The Honky-Tonk
He discovered Tammy Wynette, revived the career of George Jones, and produced and co-wrote some of country's best-known hits, including Wynette's "Stand By Your Man." Sherrill died Tuesday at 78.
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