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Frank Borzage meets Ernest Hemingway, and Borzage comes out on top.
The adventures of Karl Pilkington continue
A truly different and dark deadpan comedy with twin Edward Nortons in the lead.
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Interview with first time novelist, James Russell Lingerfelt.
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Get a quick refresher for the table manners that we may have forgotten with Maryann B. Sawka's debut book.
From Haiti to Mexico, the life of NPR reporter in Latin America is dangerous and fraught.
It's simple really: Workers stopped getting a fair share of productivity increases, profits rose, finance became a gigantic boil on the world economy.
Could Scotland soon declare independence from the UK? Answer on a postcard please.
SOPA seeks to prevent online piracy. Might it lead to censorship of our internet?
Gingrich's combining left wing class warfare and far right populism to take down Romney has unexpected benefits and drawbacks.
Hoover's American Epic in Fighting Hunger is something we can learn from in today's struggle to win peace.
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