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It's All Politics

Santorum Hopes To Catch Lightning In A Bottle A Second Time

The former Pennsylvania senator, who won the Iowa caucuses in 2012, hopes he can do it again. But with a more crowded field of Republican hopefuls, he might find it difficult to stand out.

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Penn State Bounces Fraternity For 3 Years Over Nude Photo Scandal

Penn State has shut down the Kappa Delta Rho fraternity chapter for three years, after an inquiry over a Facebook group page that collected pictures of nude women uncovered other transgressions.

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It's All Politics

How Will The Next President Protect Our Digital Lives?

For the first time in a White House race, the candidates will need a cyber game plan for Day 1 in the Oval Office and will have some tough choices to make.

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Music Interviews

Eilen Jewell, The Half-Broke Horse Of Idaho, Returns Home

"It's a ghost town, essentially," the singer-songwriter says of her hometown. "I mean, that's how it's listed on the map. It's about as Western as it gets."

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Doing More With Less

Casa Ruby Is A 'Chosen Family' For Trans People Who Need A Home

After becoming homeless and jobless following her transition to being a woman, Ruby Corado got her act together and now helps others facing similar challenges. "We have a family here," she says.

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Business

In A Digital Chapter, Paper Notebooks Are As Relevant As Ever

Is paper just a curiosity of the nostalgic? It turns out that digital natives think paper works in tandem with our devices. Research agrees that old-school note-taking offers benefits a screen can't.

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Sweetness And Light

For Sports Immortality, Third Or Fourth Time's The Charm

Tennis players Serena Williams and Novak Djokovic both have the potential to win Grand Slams, one of the rarest achievements in sports. But it's not an easy feat.

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U.S.

California's Drought Makes It Rain Big Bucks For Local Businesses

"Every crisis is an opportunity." That's exactly how some entrepreneurs are looking at California's worsening drought; the drier it gets, the more their business thrives.

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