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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1325

This is the 25th year that charter schools have been operating in the US, and new report says that, enrollment wise, they are doing better than ever. H...

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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1324

Nearly 75 years ago, a troubled young boy in Mississippi made history. He was the first person diagnosed with Autism. Since then, the scientific commun...

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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1323

Reaction has been coming in from all sides on President Obama's State of the Union Address. The reaction from Republican presidential candidates was as...

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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1322

He shall from time to time give to Congress information of the State of the Union and recommend to their Consideration such measures as he shall judge ...

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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1321

It takes a long to time research and report findings in a scientific journal. So after all that work, you'd like of think those scientists would be goo...

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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1320

Whether it's done with pen and paper, computer, tablet, even stone and chisel, writing has been and will continue to be one of the signature means of...

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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1319

And another one bites the dust. Before we kick 2015 to the curb for good, let's listen back to conversations with some really interesting people we had...

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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1318

Happy holidays! This time of year we always look back and listen again to some stories about interesting people we met during the year. But this year,...

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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1317

Quick, what's the oldest city in the continental United States? If you said St. Augustine...bingo; you're mostly right. That small city on Florida's east...

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The Best Of Our Knowledge #1316

Do you remember the movie "Mean Girls"? The screenplay to the 2004 film was written by Saturday Night Live and 30 Rock star Tina Fey, who also had a...

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