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China Cracks Down On University Textbooks Promoting 'Western Values'

Education Minister Yuan Guiren says the country's institutions of higher learning should stop using textbooks that criticize China's leaders and political system.

'Female Husbands' In The 19th Century

In newspapers, magazines and novels, the "female husband" was a person of great interest.

Songwriter, Poet Rod McKuen Dies At 81

Rod McKuen is credited with more than 200 albums and more than 30 collections of poetry. He died on Thursday after a lengthy illness.

As Deadline Passes, The Fate Of ISIS Hostages Is Uncertain

The Sunni militants had given Jordan until sunset Thursday to release a convicted terrorist. The exchange did not happen.

Stephanie Mills And The Festival Of Camelias Coming To Middle Georgia

There is always something fun to do in Macon & Middle Georgia and we are here to share some ideas!

Gun

2 Loaded Guns, 2 Inert Grenades Recovered At Atlanta Airport

Federal authorities say three people were found trying to take loaded guns and inert grenades onto flights departing from Atlanta's airport.

Electric car charging stations

Georgia Power Installing Public Car Charging Stations Across State

Georgia Power is offering a boost to electric vehicle charging. The utility will install public chargers at 50 locations around the state.

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Ex-APS Official Says District Ordered Documents Destroyed

The former Atlanta Public Schools human resources chief says the district's former superintendent ordered drafts of a report on the investigation into standardized test cheating allegations to be destroyed.

NBC's 'Parenthood' Ends As A Family Drama Built On Small Moments

After six seasons, the final episode airs tonight. NPR TV Critic Eric Deggans says the show is a rare gem; a family drama centered on the small, emotional moments between relatives.

Pro-ISIS Messages Create Dilemma For Social Media Companies

Facebook, YouTube and other sites are being asked to do more to stop terrorists. Yet they are also being asked to let some of the propaganda remain to help officials track jihadis.

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