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The Israeli offensive against Hamas in the Gaza Strip is now in its third week. In the Bay Area, protests, counter-protests and calls for action have been intensifying. What impact is the violence having on those in the Bay Area?
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A 31-year-old named Amelia Rose Earhart just flew around the world -- passing right over the tiny South Pacific island where the original Amelia disappeared.
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Seventeenth-century poet John Dryden tried to bring order to the English language. He had a plan that might have changed English forever -- and it failed, miserably.
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