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Inexpensive genetic testing for health issues raises moral and ethical questions but provides few answers.
By D. Brian Burghart
This article was published on 08.22.13
The 1963 march for jobs left an uncertain legacy.
By Dennis Myers
Former legislator pushed fairer, more stable taxes, but was in wrong party.
Republican activists shift to third party.
Senator disdains celebrities who promote health care plan.
There's a lot of smoke in the air.
A Las Vegas television station discourages vaccinations.
Summer is drawing to a close.
Most of the states in this Union failed on measures of integrity.
By Sheila Leslie
Bruce suggests steroid use to get Congres functional again.
By Bruce Van Dyke
Don't tax the burners out of existence.
By Chanelle Bessette
“In independent and foreign films, you get a glimpse of the world through so many different perspectives.”
By Brad Bynum
Technology finds an unusual home at Burning Man.
By Ashley Hennefer
A sequel as disappointing as Ghostbusters 2.
By Bob Grimm
“The main goal we had for this album was to have it be an album of the summer.”
This place is friendly and worth checking out, even if you don't golf.
By K.J. Sullivan
The Nature Conservancy is going to start another restoration project on the Truckee River at the Tracy Power Plant soon.
By Sage Leehey
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