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2010 A Tough Year, For Many Reasons

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I've Fallen In Love With TV Again

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Thanks, Elizabeth Edwards, For Finding Your Voice

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Where's The 'Village' For Our Youth?

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Political Outrage Fueled By Entitlement, Not Values

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Samoine Chapman pauses to think as she votes with her daughter Giada Chapman, 3, in Denver, Colorado, in the recent midterm elections. Marc Piscotty/Getty Images hide caption

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Playwright Ntozake Shange reacts to criticism of 'For Colored Girls'

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Whatever Happened To Making Government Work?

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In Families, The Unspoken Too Often Becomes The Unknown

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