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Connie Britton Is a Late Bloomer

Connie Britton Connie Britton got over it a long time ago, the part that got away. But it’s a good story, and she still tells it with feeling: The year was 1995. Edward Burns,
PUBLISHED: Feb. 13, 2013
LENGTH: 12 minutes (3214 words)

Why the Reaction Is Different When the Terrorist Is White

Atrocities like the attack on the Sikh congregation in Wisconsin introduce terrifying dissonance into America's post-9/11 mindset. Members of the Sikh congregation mourn their dead. /…
PUBLISHED: Aug. 8, 2012
LENGTH: 4 minutes (1161 words)