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The Changing Lives Of Women

Editor Retools Magazine With Politically Active 'Cosmo' Woman In Mind

"Men are allowed to talk about sports relentlessly, and yet we still take them seriously," says Cosmo's Joanna Coles, so women should be able to talk about fashion and politics.

Emergency room doctor Joshua Mugele (left) stands with Dr. Samuel Brisbane at Liberia's JFK Hospital, which saw its first Ebola patient in June. Courtesy of Joshua Mugele hide caption

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Panic In The Parking Lot: A Hospital Sees Its First Ebola Case

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Manolo (voiced by Diego Luna, left) meets Carmen Sanchez (voiced by Ana de la Reguera) in the Land of the Remembered. 20th Century Fox & Reel FX hide caption

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Animated 'Book Of Life' Celebrates Día De Los Muertos

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Editor: New 'Cosmo' Woman Is 'Interested In Mascara And The Middle East'

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Zhaxi Cairang (right), a 59-year-old Tibetan nomad, moved to a city in western China 15 years ago as part of a government effort to settle nomads. But Zhaxi says he plans to return to herding yaks next year. His son Cicheng Randing was raised in the city, but his father wants to expose him to traditional nomadic life as well. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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China's Nomads Have A Foot In Two Very Different Worlds

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