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We apologize if the above headline is alarming, but we can assure you this spring's invasion of 17-year cicadas will be the most terrifying ordeal you will ever live through (if you make it out alive, of course). Don't believe us? USA Today ran an absolutely terrifying report about the imminent emer ... More >>
On Friday, America witnessed true terror on the television - in Aurora, Colorado, over 70 people were shot by a madman at a midnight premiere of The Dark Knight Rises. James Eagan Holmes, the suspect now in custody, had been planning the attack for months and, inside of his apartment yesterday, poli ... More >>
A new, open-access food science journal from Wiley titled Food Science & Nutrition will publish the latest peer-reviewed research related to food and nutrition including original research, reviews, and editorial.
Rick Perry's Texas is a job-makin', low-taxin' oasis of economic growth. It's also a fantasy.
Eliza Kruger, once anonymousWhen Gawker took down New York GOP representative Christopher Lee of the 26th district, they did so based on the emails of an anonymous woman who made a Craigslist posting. In it, the woman begged, "Will someone prove to me not all CL men look like toads?" In respo ... More >>
Merry Christmas! There's a new poll in town, and it says that Fox News viewers are the "most misinformed of any news consumers." The study, done by the University of Maryland, compared the deluded state attained through consumption of various media entities, including network TV, NPR, Fox, an ... More >>
Couric: Partly cloudyOn Monday night, Katie Couric swung from CBS's coverage of the oil spill to the Tennessee floods by saying she was moving "from a man-made disaster to a natural one." That's one big and unproven assumption. How does Couric know that the worst Tennessee flooding in history has no ... More >>
Jenny MillerJohn Melngailis' Latvian-style rye.John Melngailis, an engineering professor at the University of Maryland (and the father of Sarma Melngailis of Pure Food & Wine), missed the dense, dark, sourdough rye bread he ate growing up in Latvia.
"Cell Phone/Brain Tumor Connection Remains Inconclusive," announced the American Association of Neurological Surgeons, "But They Pose Neurological Health Risks." With trembling hands we ripped this out of the telex machine and read the AANS' examples: "A 29-year-old male was talking on his cell phon ... More >>
Marine Corps recruiters need young, healthy New Yorkers to fight George Bush's war
The Roberts Court signals the president that he is not immune from the Constitution
Researchers cook up far-out ways to grow meat
A fateful path from Nigeria, through Brooklyn, to war
Young Americans fight for every cause but their own. Wake up, already.
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Hulking Ideas About the Place Your Mama Ran From
Post9-11 Crackdowns Spurring Prejudice
$elling the Myth of Bla¢k Male Violen¢e, Long Past Its Expiration Date
Portrait of the Careerist as a Young Man
Why White America Would Rather Learn Spanish Than Ebonics
Talk of War in Iraq Lights a Regional Fire
Bankers and Do-Gooders Team Up to Abandon Affordable-Housing Program
Now That We've Lost the Anti-War, We Need the Peace Movement More Than Ever
Arafat: Thinking the Unthinkable After Missiles Hit His Compound
Activists Weigh the Cost of Confrontation
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Will Asian Americans Ever Elect a Councilmember of Their Own?
NYs Prep Stars Are Perpetually Boxed Out
The Post-Seattle Generation Gets Its Marx Druthers
Penmanship, From Palmer to Palm Pilot
Florida Fiasco Puts Radical Reforms on the Table
For Women Artists, Recognition Comes Late
New Yorks Greatest High School Hoops Stars