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Redman On Music And Marijuana: Now Is The Time For Some Action

"I think the audience is becoming more aware," he said backstage at the last date of his fall tour with Method Man. "Smarter."

Scientists Debate If It's OK To Make Viruses More Dangerous In The Lab

Researchers are struggling with how to balance the benefits and risks of genetic experiments that can give viruses new talents for causing infections.

Scientists Report Headway In Hunt For Dengue Vaccine

Dengue sickens millions of people each year, and there's no cure. Now scientists have found powerful antibodies that stop the virus. Their discovery offers a road map to develop a simple vaccine.

Top Chefs Discover Denver's Fast-Growing Restaurant Scene

Thanks in part to the nearby oil and gas boom, Denver is seeing a flood of affluent professionals with a hunger for good food. In one month this summer, for example, 40 restaurants opened.

A Game Of Ludo Helps Liberians Catch A Break From Ebola

The fast-paced board game it's a lot like Parcheesi offers a way to escape the stress of life in the Ebola zone.

Taliban Gunmen Storm School, Kill Dozens In Pakistan

Officials said at least 140 were killed, more than half of them students. The school is run by the military and the Taliban said they were retaliating for a recent military offensive.

Apple Wins $1B iPod Antitrust Lawsuit

A California jury has found that Apple's iTunes 7.0 did not violate antitrust laws when it restricted files bought on other music services.

Is Courting Controversy An Urban Outfitters Strategy?

Questionable sincerity aside, the recent pileup of apparent missteps by the retailer raises another question: Is the company doing it on purpose?

Kurdish Officials Worry About Kurds Joining The Islamic State

In the Kurdish city of Halabja, young men have been disappearing to join ISIS. It's a trend the authorities don't really want to discuss. But they are clamping down to try to make it stop.

'Reshoring' Trend Has Little Impact On U.S. Economy, Study Finds

"Reshoring," or bringing U.S. jobs back from overseas, is not as prevalent as has been reported, a consulting firm's research finds. The study found a total of 300 cases from 2013.