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In The Rural Northwest, A Growing Market For Survivalist Homes

A Montana couple is looking to meet a growing demand in the real estate business, at least in the rural Northwest: off-grid properties that include bunkers and secret rooms.

Using Video Games To Help Stroke Victims Recover

There's growing scientific evidence suggesting that these types of games may improve physical therapy outcomes.

From Capitol Hill To The Silver Screen

In the new film "The Congressman," actor Treat Williams (left) plays Charlie Winship, a congressman based on Robert Mrazek (right).

Men Read Mean Tweets At Women And The Video Goes Viral

Two Chicago-area sports journalists gathered the tweets directed at them and asked men to read them to their faces. The result went viral.

House Committee Votes To Register Women For The Draft

Rep. Duncan Hunter sponsored the amendment but voted against it, saying he only wanted to raise questions about women in combat.

American Students Take Advantage Of Free College In Germany

In Colorado this year, 100 students are taking the German language college entrance test – the first step toward attending college there.

HBO’s CEO On Virtual Reality And 'Sesame Street'

In the second part of our interview with Richard Plepler, he discusses why the premium cable network picked up "Sesame Street."

Texas Businesses Gear Up To Defeat 'Bathroom Bills'

Opponents say the measures allow discrimination against people who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.

For NFL Draft Fans, Quarterbacks Take Center Stage

Today is NFL draft day, the day when top college players get picked to play professional football. It's become a major television event.

6 Young Music Producers Who Shape Latino Identity With Sound

Alt.Latino offers a view from inside the mixing room, featuring talents you should know.