Hillary Clinton participated in 25 primary debates during her 2008 campaign — experience which should serve her well on Tuesday night. But she still has to appear likable and at ease on stage this time.
Hillary Clinton needs to appear likable and trustworthy, while Bernie Sanders needs to appear presidential. Others need to make the case for why voters should give them a look.
An ed-tech company says its free online platform will revolutionize individualized learning. Skeptics call it digital snake oil.
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Hugh Hefner poses for a photograph at his home at the Playboy Mansion in Beverly Hills in 2011.
The magazine has included naked photos of women since its debut in 1953. It said it is making the change as a result of competition from the Internet.
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Bernie Sanders in 1990 after winning a seat in Vermont's House.
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SABMiller, owner of Miller Genuine Draft beer, has agreed in principle to merge with Budweiser brewer Anheuser Busch InBev. If the deal is finalized, the new company would be the largest beer company in the world.
If the deal is formally agreed upon, the company would own around 31 percent of beer sales around the world.
After a gunman killed nine black churchgoers in Charleston, S.C., in June, some officials in the South have tried to remove the Confederate flag from public places. Other Southerners say the flag has a public role as a symbol of their heritage.
The indictment stems from a July incident in which a group of white men in Confederate flag-adorned pickup trucks verbally clashed with black partygoers. Some of the confrontation was caught on video.
Researcher Hunter Gehlbach found that helping students and teachers find things in common improved academic outcomes.
A study found that students who thought they had things in common with their teachers performed better in class.
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Perdue, the poultry giant, acquired the Niman Ranch name and reputation of raising animals without antibiotics in September.
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Many alternative food brands have been swallowed up by big food companies. For shoppers who like their food natural, local and organic, these deals can be unsettling.
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Mustafa Abdul Saleh (right front), a 20-year-old Kurd from Syria, confers with an interpreter during his trial in Szeged, Hungary. Saleh passed through a hole in a fence on Hungary's border with Serbia. Breaching the fence is a crime, and Saleh was ordered back into Serbia.
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While Hungarian authorities are transporting some migrants to Austria, they are arresting others for illegal entry — and deporting them after brief court proceedings.
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Brownout's single "La Raza" is a tribute to Kid Frost and El Chicano.
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We celebrate Dia de La Raza with a posse remake of Kid Frost's Latin hip-hop classic that also features Mellow Man Ace, Niña Dioz, Das Racist's Kool A.D. and others.
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Mark Patterson, owner of PATCO Construction in Sanford, Maine, boosted his security and bought cybercrime insurance after his company lost more than $500,000 to cyberfraud.
Companies are clamoring for coverage against losses due to hackers. But insurance firms are being selective: The risk involved isn't well understood — and the crimes themselves are evolving rapidly.
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New York Giants' Daniel Fells makes a catch during a practice at NFL football training camp in August. Fells is currently suffering from a serious MRSA infection; it is unclear if he will return to football.
The New York Giants dedicated their Sunday night win over the San Francisco 49ers to Fells, who is in the hospital suffering from a MRSA infection.
Destroyed homes and vehicles scorched by the Valley Fire line Jefferson Street in Middletown, Calif. Nearly half the community was destroyed.
The Valley Fire leveled hundreds of homes and businesses in the small community of Middletown, Calif. School is helping students and educators alike make it through the recovery process.
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Ernest Hemingway revises For Whom The Bell Tolls, in Sun Valley, Idaho, in November 1940.
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A collection of first drafts, letters, outtakes and photos on display in New York City illuminate the inner workings of Ernest Hemingway's meticulous writing process — failures, flaws and all.