Anna Hogeland
Anna Hogeland
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Inside the System: How We're Failing the Mentally Ill

The behind-the-scenes story of the Red House, one of the last surviving day treatment centers in Boston

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Liz Cheney Aims to Follow in Dick's Footsteps in Wyoming

Dick Cheney's daughter runs for U.S. Senate, irritating everyone.
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Boston Mayor Election: Pundits Claim Minority Candidates Will Confuse Minority Voters

Boston's mayoral race has unprecedented diversity, but some pundits predict nonwhite candidates will cancel each other out.
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The Surprising Data About Porn That Should Shock Britain Into Ending Its XXX Crusade

British Prime Minister David Cameron's plan to ban porn could set a dangerous precedent of censorship and surveillance in his country, and may even increase the percent of rape crimes.

It's Time for Women to Have Their Own Tour de France

Female cyclists have petitioned to join the Tour de France next year. It's long past due.
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Miss World Bikini Ban: Did Indonesian Muslims Spark Restriction?

This year's pageant contestants will sport sarongs instead of bikinis in Bali, Indonesia.

Plan B Age Restrictions: Court Lifts Limitations, But Unlimited Access Remains Unattainable

A court decision Wednesday allows the morning-after pill to be sold over-the-counter for women of any age. The ruling offers promising direction, but threats to unrestricted access still remain.
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Why Do More Americans Die From Suicide Than Car Accidents?

Retirement and the recession may be to blame. Baby Boomers are weaning off their full-time jobs, which for many means a loss of daily structure, social engagement, and a sense of purpose.
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Alabama Mystery Illness: It Wasn't the Bird Flu, So What Was It?

Physicians find out what caused the cluster of hospitalizations in Alabama.
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44 Percent Of Millennials Think Marriage is Obsolete

Our parents and grandparents married young and failed. We look at them and we look at our partners and we say, "let's really think this through."
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Vermont Assisted Suicide Bill: Vermont Gives Euthanasia the Green Light

On Monday, Vermont became the fourth U.S. state to allow doctors to aid patients to end their lives.

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Guess Which Political Party Has the Strongest Muscles, Literally

A recent study reveals how much a man can bench press is a greater indicator of his stance on redistribution of resources and income than his political ideology.
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Minnesota Gay Marriage: House to Vote on Bill Thursday

On Thursday, the Minnesota House of Reps. is slated to pass a bill legalizing gay marriage.
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UK Gay Marriage Bill: Will David Cameron's Support Doom Conservatives?

Numerous Tories are pleading with Prime Minister David Cameron to drop the issue of gay marriage, lest the Conservatives lose more seats.