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Watch These 13 Amazing Documentaries On Netflix Instant And Abandon All Hope Of Productivity

By Ted Pillow,<p>Comment<br>• FlagFlagged<br>• http://tcat.tc/1aPdssL<p>1. Man on Wire<p>I avoided Man on Wire for a few years – something about an Oscar-winning …

7 Million U.S. Households Struggled to Feed Themselves in 2012

Matt Berman @Mr_Berman<p>Sept. 5, 2013, 6:56 a.m.<p>Nearly 6 per­cent of Amer­ic­an house­holds knew severe hun­ger in 2012, ac­cord­ing to a new re­port …

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Groupon’s brilliant marketing campaign in India: $20,000 worth of onions

<i>This article has been corrected</i>.<p>Groupon’s India business, which had some lousy PR a couple of years ago after it accidentally published 300,000 passwords, is somewhat redeeming itself in the eyes of Indians with a special deal: 1 kg (2.2 lb) of onions for Rs 9 (14 US cents). That is a fraction of …

Onions

College Enrollment Plummeted in 2012, but for Very Good Reasons

The economy is getting better.<p>The number of college students fell for the first time in six years, according to new Census figures released this week. The half-a-million-student drop is "a huge decline," Census Bureau statistician Julie Siebens told me. This sounds like bad news. And while you …

Two month California prison hunger strike ends

<b>A nearly two-month hunger strike by California prison inmates protesting against solitary confinement has ended, a corrections official has said.</b><p>Corrections Secretary Jeffrey Beard said all prisoners were accepting meals on Thursday.<p>The protest ended as two state lawmakers pledged to hold hearings …

Analysts warn of risk from extremists in Syria

AMMAN — Concerns that U.S. military intervention in Syria would prop up extremist groups affiliated with al-Qaeda were scoffed at Thursday by leaders of Syria's opponents to dictator Bashar Assad, though analysts warn Islamic extremists are growing.<p>"The American strikes are not to destroy the …