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New York’s Midwest awakening

By David Hoppe Might New York’s art scene finally be on the verge of a Midwestern awakening? Last Sunday’s New York Times featured a story, “Last Stop on the L

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Firefox Temporarily Blocks Adobe Flash Because Of Security Concerns

By Frederic Lardinois The fallout of the Hacking Team leak is hitting Adobe hard. The leak revealed two unpatched vulnerabilities in the company’s ubiquitous (and ubiquitously disliked) Flash Player. Because

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In The Middle East, Iran Deal Called ‘Bad Mistake,’ ‘Great Victory’

By Krishnadev Calamur Israel has sharply criticized the historic agreement that the U.S. and its five allies struck with Iran on its nuclear program. Iranian allies Syria and Iraq have

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My Morning with Mike

By Abdul Hakim-Shabazz Indiana Governor Mike Pence says his office will release whatever information they can regarding the cancelled contract with the global PR firm Porter Novelli. Pence made his

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Would Banning Headers In Soccer Solve The Concussion Problem?

By Jessie Rack Most concussions in youth soccer happen during heading the ball. But it isn’t the ball’s fault, researchers say. Rather, it’s player collisions. Avoiding aggressive play would help

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After Iran Nuclear Deal, What’s Israel’s Next Step?

U.S. and Iranian officials are praising the nuclear agreement reached Tuesday. For more on the reaction in Israel, David Greene talks to journalist Daniel Estrin in Jerusalem. » E-Mail This

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StoryCorps’ Oral History App Receives Knight Foundation Grant To Add New Features

By Catherine Shu StoryCorps, the non-profit oral history project that has collected more than 100,000 interviews since 2003, is planning to improve its app and launch community programs after receiving

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‘Far Worse Than I Ever Dreamed’: Candidates React To Iran Deal

By Amita Kelly President Obama said the deal offers a “new direction.” But the deal would be inherited by the next president, and the candidates, including Sen. Lindsey Graham, had

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TiVo Devices Now Support AirPlay For Streaming Recordings To Apple TV

By Sarah Perez DVR maker TiVo this morning announced, for the first time, its users will now be able to access their recorded content on their TV via Apple TV

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FDA To Take Another Look At Essure Contraceptive Device After Health Complaints

By Tara Haelle Thousands of women say they’ve been harmed by the permanent contraceptive Essure. But it’s unclear if the problems were caused by the device. The Food and Drug