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Citizen Pruners

If you see someone hacking away at that overgrown tree on your block, chances are, she’s doing a good deed
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The Real Harem Girls of Brunei

New book dishes on a suburban girl’s journey into a prince’s palace of pleasure
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Damaged, and Down and Out (with audio)

Even after divorce, an abused Muslim woman can’t find the help she needs
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From Farm to Shelf, in 36 Hours (video)

Though many conventional dairy farmers are struggling though a dire economy, one has found a way to survive.
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It Takes a Bike

An ex-Peace Corps volunteer’s bike donation program for developing countries aims to boost local economies
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Polish-American Paper Fighting a Different Kind of Battle

Daily founded to champion democracy in Poland during Communist rule struggling to survive, as U.S. economy sours and some emigrants return home

Coming Out, and into Her Own

A transplanted, transgendered Texan tries to recover from two suicide attempts, and reconcile to life with HIV

This Guy Will Try Anything

Best-selling author’s whacky lifestyle experiments test the bonds of matrimony – and sanity

FALLOUT: Six children whose dad worked in the mines died before their mid-30s

“There were times I brought home rocks that were uranium, and I would put it on my windowsill for my kids to see the work I was doing. But I was unaware of the risk.“
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Ghana Boosts Dressmaking to Create Jobs

The government hopes that teaching more than 600,000 young people to tailor and sew will dent the 25 percent unemployment rate

Documenting an Uprising, a Photographer is Charged with a Murder Coverup

The Helper

Meet Don Orlando Tobón, a neighborhood hero who has repatriated the bodies of hundreds of Colombian drug mules, inspired by his late mother, and by God

A Speech Coach to the Stars

Sam Chwat helped Julia Roberts and Robert De Niro. He also neutralizes unfortunate accents.

A Matchmaker Talks About What's Really Important

Recession presses people to prioritize relationships, this pro says

An Unrepentant Repo Man

Claims he seized his own mother’s car
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Scion of Disgraced Televangelists Preaching in Hipster Bars

Wearing a cross, star of David and Islamic crescent moon, Jay Bakker speaks of “inclusion.”

Don't Laugh

Textile entrepreneur leads guffaw-inducing therapy sessions for the stressed-out

Hands, Her Greatest Asset

To keep her skin pristine, this top parts model won’t cook, schlep garbage or go out ungloved.