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  • 3 novels about family, crime, and love

    In this week's fiction roundup, two girls try to hide the deaths of their parents, two American writers fall in love (at least in a novel), and an international bestseller explores the lengths a family will go to clean up after a crime.

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  • Best Super Bowl ads: Why so 'family friendly' this year?

    Best Super Bowl ads this year were emotional, patriotic, philanthropic, funny and emphasized diversity. But mostly gone from the 2014 Super Bowl ads – the worst as well as the best – was sexual innuendo. 

  • Coke aspartame: Coca-Cola defends sweetener in new ad

    Coca-Cola will run ads defending the safety of artificial sweeteners like aspartame starting Wednesday in an effort to curb declining diet soda sales. Coke will run the first print ad in today's USA Today in the Atlanta area. 

  • Stocks fall on lackluster earnings

    Stocks closed down on Wall Street Tuesday after a string of disappointing earning reports from major companies. Coca-Cola stocks fell after the company said it sold less soda in its home market of North America.

  • Stocks mixed in slow start to week

    Stocks fluctuated between small gains and losses on Wall Street for most of Monday. Small-company stocks are doing well because they are less exposed to recession-plagued Europe than the large international stocks that make up the Dow and the S&P 500 index.

  • Stocks bounce back from worst day of year

    Stocks rose on Wall Street Tuesday the day after they had their biggest decline since November. Tuesday's strong housing and earning reports helped stocks recover.

  • Olive Press Hebrew lives on in Hamas-run Gaza

    Palestinian Daniel Fares, fluent in Hebrew from his days working in an Israeli Coca-Cola factory, still tunes in to Israeli news stations daily.

  • New cybersecurity bill: Privacy threat or crucial band-aid?

    The cybersecurity bill was a flash point for privacy advocates a year ago. Now, changes have been made to the bill, which was the focus of a closed hearing Wednesday by the House Intelligence Committee.

  • Olive Press Welcome to The Olive Press

    Christa Case Bryant introduces a new blog focused on the life stories of people in the Middle East.

  • The latest hot language among Palestinians in Gaza? Hebrew

    Students are flocking to a fledgling Hebrew program sponsored by Gaza's Hamas-run government, encouraged by their parents who learned Hebrew through years of working in Israel.

  • 3 novels about family, crime, and love

    In this week's fiction roundup, two girls try to hide the deaths of their parents, two American writers fall in love (at least in a novel), and an international bestseller explores the lengths a family will go to clean up after a crime.