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Stories for Oct. 11, 2012
Crosscut contributors John Carlson and Knute Berger may have watched the debate from two different locations, but kept up a running real-time back-and-forth commentary Thursday night's gubernatorial debate.READ MORE 3 COMMENTS
Guest Opinion: Growing up fatherless in Greenlake, Karen Symms Gallagher, Dean of USC's Rossier School of Education, had to learn to lean on her neighbors. Now that's informing her work in education.READ MORE 4 COMMENTS
Nearly 16 years and numerous lawsuits after the discovery of his 9,200 year-old skeleton, scientists can finally tell us a bit more about Kennewick Man.READ MORE 15 COMMENTS
Fall Membership Drive: At Crosscut's dinner table, politics and religion are not taboo, frowned upon or closed for debate.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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