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  • Why N.J. teacher-tenure reform plan matters to the rest of America

    Gov. Chris Christie's new proposal, unveiled Wednesday, continues the national debate over how to reform teacher tenure. Seven other states have passed or are considering similar legislation.
    04/14/2011 02:15 pm

  • Stir It Up! Interview with food historian Paul Freedman

    A study of turn-of-the-century hotel menus reveals that Americans really liked macaroni.
    04/10/2011 10:00 am

  • Obama's nod to Al Sharpton: asset or liability for 2012 reelection bid?

    Obama attends the Rev. Al Sharpton's event Wednesday for his National Action Network. Rubbing shoulders with Sharpton may help Obama reinforce his standing with African-American voters, analysts say.
    04/06/2011 04:58 pm

  • Tax Day 2011 has been put off. And that's no April Fool's joke.

    Tax Day humor is not your standard April Fool's fare, but this year, a D.C. holiday called Emancipation Day is giving most Americans something to smile about: extra time to file.
    04/01/2011 02:31 pm

  • Housing market: Which state faces biggest foreclosure risks? New Jersey.

    The US has 1.8 million units of 'shadow inventory' – distressed properties likely to hit the housing market. New Jersey tops the list, with Illinois, Florida, and California also among the most at-risk. The data, part of a new report, show both improvement and remaining problems.
    03/30/2011 04:02 pm

  • Patents dispute revived against Apple, RIM

    Patents ruling to be reviewed by International Trade Commission, renewing Kodak's hopes of getting royalties agreements with Apple and RIM. Kodak is using its 1,000 digital-imaging patents to boost revenue.
    03/26/2011 02:05 pm

  • Hawaii tops list of happiest US states

    The Aloha State has topped the list in a Gallup-Healthways survery of six categories of well-being. Coming in last: West Virginia.
    03/07/2011 03:32 pm

  • Skippy peanut butter recall for possible salmonella

    Skippy peanut butter recall affects some reduced-fat jars of peanut butter. The company says no illnesses have been linked to contaminated Skippy peanut butter.
    03/07/2011 10:54 am

  • Valentine's Day report: seven ways marriage is changing

    It seems Valentine's Day, when 10 percent of all marriage proposals take place, is one of the few constants in the institution of marriage. Fifty years ago, marriage was between a man and a woman barely into their twenties, of the same race and social class, till death did them part. But marriage today is wildly different. In increasing numbers, Americans no longer feel the need to marry to have sex, have a baby, or even to have financial stability. In short, Americans are redefining what marriage is and why they marry. Here are seven marriage trends in the US.
    02/14/2011 02:03 pm

Doing Good


What happens when ordinary people decide to pay it forward? Extraordinary change...

Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

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