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Andrew Reinbach

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Anatomy of a Smear

Andrew Reinbach | August 12, 2012 | Politics
On June 11, Republicans sent a letter to Attorney General Eric Holder demanding he investigate alleged attempts to intimidate bloggers called SWAT-ing.
Wendy Diamond

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Lucky Diamond - The Puppy Love of My Life Has Passed Away

Wendy Diamond | June 12, 2012 | New York
Lucky has been Wendy's muse and close canine companion since the day they met. Her underdog journey wasn't easy at the start, but has certainly been a trail of love and service the entire way.
Nico Lang

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How to Fall in Love With Chicago

Nico Lang | August 12, 2012 | Chicago
You will always be running into people you know, because everyone weirdly knows each other in Chicago. And you will look at them and at the city around you. Everything will not be perfect, but that's what love is.
Robin Madel

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Frackonomics: Debunking the Financial Myths of Fracking

Robin Madel | August 12, 2012 | New York
It's easy to get taken in by the industry barkers who make promises that seem so great, but when the potential costs are as great as they are in this instance, taking time to look behind the curtain is essential.
John M. Burns

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A Health Care Call to Action for Men: Is There an App for That?

John M. Burns | August 12, 2012 | Healthy Living
We need a healthy wireless infrastructure and healthy pro-marketplace governmental policies to ensure health -- not just for men, but for our country and for our economy.
Melissa Berkelhammer

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Our Oceans Are "Precious," and Other Lessons Learned at Susan Rockefeller's Mission of Mermaids Premiere

Melissa Berkelhammer | August 12, 2012 | New York
As explained in the film, Mission of Mermaids, which was written, narrated and directed by Susan Rockefeller, the ocean has a remarkable ability to adapt and recover, if only we would allow it to do just that.
Russell C. Smith

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James Bond, Tootsie, and Don Draper: Reinventing the American Male

Russell C. Smith | August 12, 2012 | Culture
Too much time in front of a computer screen robs boys from developing the social and physical interaction skills required to relate to people in general, and women in particular.
Matt Farmer

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"We Are the Ninety-(Fill in the Blank) Percent"

Matt Farmer | August 12, 2012 | Chicago
There's an obvious disconnect between teachers' perceptions of Jean-Claude Brizard and Brizard's claimed relationship with teachers. It's been a problem for some time, and it's just getting worse.
Mila Kofman

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Correcting the Wall Street Journal on Health Insurance Reform

Mila Kofman | August 12, 2012 | Media
A recent WSJ editorial claimed that because Maine deregulated its private health insurance market, premiums fell. That's simply not true.
Gregory C. Scott

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Back at Home, But Still at War

Gregory C. Scott | August 12, 2012 | Los Angeles
our troops aren't finished with war when they come home. After being acclimated to a life of combat, they return home to what is now foreign to them. Let's show real support for our troops by hiring them when they come home.
Ronnie Joice

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Let Gay Marriage Separate the Church From the State

Ronnie Joice | August 12, 2012 | UK Comedy
It is not a good look for our country to still have the Church as legislators. I can't think of a less religiously-minded nation in Europe than England. We just don't give a toss about being told what to do by people in silly hats.
Jason Gilbert

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Apple Is Knight Rider, Google Is Terminator, Microsoft Is Minority Report

Jason Gilbert | August 12, 2012 | Technology
On Monday, Apple showed off the newest capabilities of Siri, its popular voice-activated smartphone assistant. Following an update, Siri will be able to search through the day's sports scores, read out movie times at the local theater, and find dinner reservations for you -- and all you have...
Karen Marsala

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Home Renovation In New York City: I Lived To Tell The Tale (PHOTOS)

Karen Marsala | October 11, 2012 | HuffPost Home
I rented a shoebox-sized apartment (300 square feet) downtown and was just happy to be back in civilization where my friends wold come and visit me. A fourth-floor walkup, the space was described somewhat generously as a one-bedroom. I had one window which looked into an air shaft where some weird man would stare at me and my apartment smelled like sweet and sour chicken.
MJR Montoya

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Some Thoughts on Prometheus and Its Contempt for Humanity

MJR Montoya | August 12, 2012 | Moviefone
For those who felt that the film did not satisfy, but was something that was worthy of further discussion, I offer several points that I found effective in the film, based largely on the connection between this film and Ridley Scott's previous work.
Stacy Berman

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30-Day Summer Shape Up Challenge: Workout 3

Stacy Berman | August 12, 2012 | Healthy Living
Here we are on week three of our progressive workout. You should be feeling your body changing and your performance increasing. That means you are ready to to take it to the next level.
Susan B. Dopart, M.S., R.D., C.D.E.

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Confused About Carbs? 5 Common Myths

Susan B. Dopart, M.S., R.D., C.D.E. | August 12, 2012 | Healthy Living
Today, between marketers who promote packaged carbs as "heart healthy" and fitness "experts" who espouse that all carbs are bad, it's easy to be confused. Here are some carb myths debunked.
Julie Henderson

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HuffPost Workouts: Powerful and Sexy Playlist

Julie Henderson | August 12, 2012 | Healthy Living
My chosen playlist helps me feel powerful and sexy (usually the ultimate goal for working out). But most importantly, every song I work out to makes me want to boogie.
Natasha Kuilak Mellersh

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German Agency Wants to Snoop Social Networks to Analyze Creditworthiness

Natasha Kuilak Mellersh | August 12, 2012 | Technology
The proposal raises serious concerns over assessing a person's reputation from information found on the web.
Ernan Roman

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Lowe's: Customers Personalize Their Experience with Cross-Channel Profiles

Ernan Roman | August 12, 2012 | Business
Marketers cannot leverage retail purchase information without collecting it. To do so while maintaining a positive customer experience, businesses need to create incentives for customers to link their online and retail purchase behaviors.
Magda Abu-Fadil

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Ghassan Tueni: An Irreplaceable Giant With an Indomitable Spirit, R.I.P.

Magda Abu-Fadil | August 12, 2012 | Media
Lebanon's cedar tree bent over and wept in front of a copy of the daily Annahar with a cover of Ghassan Tueni's profile and a pen resting across the page to mark the departure of the country's last journalistic giant.