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Archive for December 16th, 2017
Host Chris Thile announced the name Saturday night. Minnesota Public Radio parted ways with creator Garrison Keillor after they received allegations of improper conduct by Keillor.
Seven years after the former NBA player's body was found in a field in Memphis, his ex-wife, Sherra Wright, was arrested in Riverside County and charged with first-degree murder.
"It doesn't need to be the end of office romances. It needs to be a catalyst for employers to think about what they don't want happening in their workplaces."
Nine of 10 American farm owners are white. A push to change that promotes farming to people of color as a healthy lifestyle — and a way to fight discrimination.
Anita Hill will chair a commission to fight sexual harassment in the entertainment industry. Many studios, TV networks, record labels, talent agencies and unions have signed on.
Analysts at the agency have been told to omit certain words from an upcoming budget. Critics call it censorship.
After nine more women accused federal judge Alex Kozinski of sexual misconduct, the Siupreme Court transferred the formal investigation to the 2nd Circuit.
Shattered by the rape and death of a woman in Delhi, a psychology student in wanted to know why they did it — and if they felt remorse.
Modern Mexico, which long disdained its colonial period art, has finally rediscovered the cultural capstone between the Aztecs and Diego Rivera.
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