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Flawed 'Camp X-Ray' still exposes truths in war on terror

Flawed 'Camp X-Ray' still exposes truths in war on terror
One thing director Peter Sattler gets right in the new film "Camp X-Ray" is the way life can entrap even without prison walls. Pvt. Cole, a young soldier played by Kristen Stewart, joins the Army to escape small-town Florida and ends up guarding Ali, a Guantanamo Bay prisoner played by "A...

Fox Is Developing an Archie TV Series

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Fox Is Developing an Archie TV Series
The Riverdale gang could be heading to the small screen
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A parched farm town is sinking, and so are its residents' hearts

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A parched farm town is sinking, and so are its residents' hearts
Beneath this small farm town at the end of what's left of the Kings River, the ground is sinking.

The 5 Best PlayStation 4 Games Right Now

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The 5 Best PlayStation 4 Games Right Now
The essential video game checklist for new PlayStation 4 owners
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Politicians would be stupid to ignore young people, warns president of NUS

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Toni Pearce says students have the numerical strength and the political will to unseat unpopular MPs Continue reading...


Ridgefield Park students warned about sexting

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RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J. (AP) - Police are warning Ridgefield Park students about the dangers of sexting.

The Learning Network: Should Physician-Assisted Suicide Be Legal in Every State?

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The Learning Network: Should Physician-Assisted Suicide Be Legal in Every State?
Do terminally ill people have a right to die on their own terms?

Politicians would be stupid to ignore young people, warns president of NUS

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Toni Pearce says students have the numerical strength and the political will to unseat unpopular MPs Continue reading...

The Learning Network: 6 Q’s About the News | From a Rwandan Dump to the Halls of Harvard

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The Learning Network: 6 Q’s About the News | From a Rwandan Dump to the Halls of Harvard
How did Mr. Uwayesu come to live at a garbage dump on the outskirts of Kigali, Rwanda?

Avondale officer recovering after patrol car hit

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Avondale officer recovering after patrol car hit
An Avondale police officer was recovering from serious injuries after his patrol vehicle was rammed by a suspected carjacker Thursday morning.         

Flawed 'Camp X-Ray' still exposes truths in war on terror

Flawed 'Camp X-Ray' still exposes truths in war on terror
One thing director Peter Sattler gets right in the new film "Camp X-Ray" is the way life can entrap even without prison walls. Pvt. Cole, ... more

A parched farm town is sinking, and so are its residents' hearts

published about 2 hours ago
A parched farm town is sinking, and so are its residents' hearts
Beneath this small farm town at the end of what's left of the Kings River, the ground is sinking.

Simone Rocha for J Brand puts a casual twist on ruffles

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Simone Rocha for J Brand puts a casual twist on ruffles
The denim company's collaboration with the young London-based designer has finally been unveiled. 

Another CSUN fraternity being investigated for possible hazing

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Another CSUN fraternity being investigated for possible hazing
School officials said late Thursday that a fraternity at Cal State Northridge was under investigation for possible hazing, months after a pledge at a different ... more

World Series notes: Royals get ready for their first game at AT&T Park

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World Series notes: Royals get ready for their first game at AT&T Park
Eric Hosmer is eager to see what makes San Francisco's waterfront ballpark unique.

Hungry City: The Bao in the East Village

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Hungry City: The Bao in the East Village
At the Bao, the dough is ultrathin, less armor than envelope for the broth and the ball of minced pork at the center.

Open Source: Ken Fulk Restores a Historic House in Sonoma for Three Sticks Wines

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Open Source: Ken Fulk Restores a Historic House in Sonoma for Three Sticks Wines
A vintage adobe in Sonoma is transformed into a haven for wine lovers.

In the Garden: Apple Picking Season Is Here. Don't You Want More Than a Macintosh?

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In the Garden: Apple Picking Season Is Here. Don't You Want More Than a Macintosh?
Dan Bussey has tracked down 17,000 varieties dating from Colonial times, the better to guarantee a world way beyond Red Delicious.

For Swiss, a Distasteful Jolt With Coffee: Hitler Creamer

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The company, Migros, said it was “unforgivable” that images of Hitler and Mussolini had appeared on containers that usually feature Alpine landscapes and animals.

Eat: Cooking Like Mario Batali, With Fluke, Scallops and Squash

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Eat: Cooking Like Mario Batali, With Fluke, Scallops and Squash
Sometimes you have to bring the aesthetics of restaurant food into the home.

T Magazine: Bespoke Knife Makers Carve Out a Niche

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T Magazine: Bespoke Knife Makers Carve Out a Niche
A crop of artisans are bringing an ancient art form into the modern-day kitchen.

T Magazine: A Camera in a Moncler Coat

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T Magazine: A Camera in a Moncler Coat
For its customized Leica X camera, the outfitter wraps the powerful point-and-shoot in its signature colors.

On Location: Gallatin, N.Y.: A Midcentury Bungalow Is Transformed With Glass Walls, Kilims and Caged Light Bulbs

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Described as a “ranch burger,” the house in Columbia County was remade to order.

Q&A: An Interview with Craig Dykers of Snohetta

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Q&A: An Interview with Craig Dykers of Snohetta
Craig Dykers of the architecture firm Snohetta on his melting pot of projects, including designing Norway’s currency.

Shopping With Matthew Carter: Dining Room Chairs You Can Mix and Match

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Your seats don’t have to match. They just have to allow you to tuck into a meal.

5 can't-miss Tanzania experiences

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Tanzania is far more than just a spot to climb the world's tallest freestanding mountain. It's stunning wildlife, expansive volcanic crater and intriguing islands, too.

The best places to ski on earth?

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It's that time of the year when winter sports enthusiasts dust off their skis and snowboards and get ready to hit the slopes in search ... more

The airport that refuses to die

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It's crowded and outdated, but Berlin's hexagon-shaped Tegel Airport has won a place in the city's heart.

In Transit Blog: Getting Acrobatic at Club Med

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In Transit Blog: Getting Acrobatic at Club Med
Guests at Club Med resorts will be able to learn circus arts through a new partnership with Cirque du Soleil.

Web seeks culprit of National Parks graffiti

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The National Park Service is investigating reports of graffiti and other vandalism in at least 10 National Park sites throughout the western United States. One ... more