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Food companies go ‘natural’ in latest marketing trend

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Food | When stretching out the dough for premium “Artisan Pizzas,” Domino’s workers don’t create perfect rectangles: The pies are supposed to have a more…

Special forces units test G.I. Jane’s mettle

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Military | Top military officials mapped out plans yesterday to integrate women into front-line positions, including spots in the Navy SEALs and other special forces…

Status update: Shamed on Facebook

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Technology | Petty criminals locked into stocks while passersby mock them—a scene from the past? In Kent, Ohio, Police Chief David Oliver is bringing back the practice,

Government makes gender change effortless, on paper

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Culture | The Social Security Administration announced Friday that it would no longer require proof of surgery to alter the gender identification of people in its…

Teens do care about privacy, especially from adults

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Culture | Gina, 15, stood in front of a Starbucks in a mall in Asheville, N.C. In a tank top, shorts, and flip-flops, she talked about social media. She Snapchats, and…

NYC ad campaign: Kids ruin your life

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Family | “I’m twice as likely not to graduate high school because you had me as a teen.”  “Got a good job? I cost thousands of dollars each year.” Both…

Grace University offers reconciliation to lesbian student

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Homosexuality | The Huffington Post story about a lesbian student's fight with a Christian university—complete with headlines that focus on her expulsion and resulting…

Turkish protests turn deadly

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International | In 12 days of protests in Turkey, four people have died, 5,000 protesters have been treated for injuries or the effects of tear gas, and 600 police officers…

Counting the costs of getting hitched

Counting the costs of getting hitched

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Culture | When Marguerite Bowker from Long Island, N.Y., received an email wedding invitation last year to a “Barbecue Wedding” for her daughter, she was stunned.

Senate fumbles student loan rate solution

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Education | The U.S. Senate failed yesterday to pass two proposals to keep student loan rates from doubling on July 1. The GOP plan tied student loan rates to market…

Forced marriage immigrates to the U.S.

Forced marriage immigrates to the U.S.

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Marriage | In February, The New York Times wrote about Amina Ajmal, an American citizen who was held captive by her family in Pakistan. The family threatened her with death…

Gay bishop lauds ‘milestone’ of ELCA ordination

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Religion | The Southwest California Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church of America now has an openly gay bishop, the ELCA’s first. The much-credentialed R. Guy…

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