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Puspa and Moni Bajgai stood in front of an American flag with their arms around each other and smiled brightly while a family member took their picture.
The three documentaries at this year's Sundance Film Festival examine the consequences of technological development, and explore the questions of responsibility and the answers to helping those with an unbridled obsession with online gaming.
Gov. John Kitzhaber says Oregonians should be willing to challenge the belief that economic growth always leads to an improved quality of life.
By his own lawyer’s count, Kermit Gosnell, a 72-year-old doctor in West Philadelphia, Pa., performed more than 16,000 abortions over the course of 31 years.
By his own lawyer's count, Kermit Gosnell, a 72-year-old doctor in West Philadelphia, Pa., performed more than 16,000 abortions over the course of 31 years.
Lisa Napoli hails from Brooklyn, N.Y., but has lived off and on in Los Angeles for quite some time. It was there when, at the age of 43, she had a midlife crisis.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke said data that show the U.S. economy in recovery don't fully capture the tough times felt by many.
On Monday, Mrs. Suu Kyi begins a weeklong trip to Britain as part of a European tour. The most bittersweet moment likely will be her homecoming to Oxford, where on Wednesday the 66-year-old finally will accept the honorary doctorate she was awarded in 1993 while she was under house arrest in Yangon.
For 24 years, Aung San Suu Kyi either was under house arrest or was too fearful that if she left Myanmar, the government would never let her return.