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Artist Robin Hasty discusses her photo essay, Homeland, which documents the collapse of the U.S. economy by focusing on the people who are re-envisioning and rebuilding life within it.
In most Chinese high schools, outdated rote learning is the norm. But one school in Beijing is promoting creativity and independent thinking.
Yes, it's the summer movie season. Cue the sequels, blockbusters and 3D pictures. But what has happened to the good old-fashioned laugh-until-you-want-to-cry romantic comedy?
Faced with the dilemma of how to fill the energy gap left by its recent decision to move away from nuclear power, Germany is increasing fossil fuel power generation.
The Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America, or NACA, held its fourth loan modification convention in L.A. last weekend, coming face-to-face with homeowners to try to do what their banks can't.
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